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Technology Tuesday October 3, 2017

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Technology Tuesday October 3, 2017

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Technology Tuesday October 3, 2017
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7115176?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Wed, 04 Oct 2017 03:15:08 +0000 Technology Tuesday October 3, 2017 Technology Tuesday October 3, 2017 http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/7115176?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KAMC programs are popping up in computer systems everywhere. they're now even helping companies decide who they should hire. lauren but these computer programs aren't only looking at your resume. our 'chris martinez' shows us how they work. the next time you apply for a job - your first interview could be with a computer program - like mya, a fully automated recruiter... (eyal grayevsky/ co-founder, mya systems) "she instantly engages with the candidate right when they apply." eyal grayevsky is the co-creator of mya... a program designed to help large companies process job applications. the interview looks like a conversation. mya interacts with candidates online - asking questions to gauge interest in a position... and find out details about their prior experience. the program uses technology called 'sentiment analysis' - to evaluate word choice, grammar and how quickly they respond to questions. (eyal grayevsky/ co-founder, mya systems) "for example if we ask about the pay range and someone is hesitant // we can then start to draw correlations between how you responded to the question and whether you're going to retain or perform in the role." more companies are turning to artificial intelligence to automate the recruiting process like using a.i. to screen resumes in a fraction of the time it would take a human. tech investor joe floyd says the algorithms decide which candidates should move on to in-person interviews. (joe floyd/ emergence capital) "by replacing some of the mundane tasks that they would normally have to spend time on so they can spend all their time on the most





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