How Artificial Intelligence is being used in job interviews in China | DW News

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We’re all familiar with strategies for a successful job interview. Make eye contact, have a firm handshake, and so on. But if you’re applying for a position in China, it might be a computer you have to impress. That’s as Chinese companies increasingly use artificial intelligence to help them vet potential new hires.

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