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You have a telephone interview for your dream job, and you're feeling nervous.Russian startup Stafory co-founder Alexei Kostarev says Robot Vera, which his company developed, is driven by artificial intelligence algorithms. Stafory says Robot Vera currently has 200 clients, major companies which then take the selected job candidates through conventional interviews and final selection.U.S. company ZipRecruiter is touting a real-time selection service, with each job offer posted immediately on as many as 100 websites.Ian Siegel, head of ZipRecruiter, told AFP the system works because "employers aren't great at describing what they want but they know what they want when they see it".Algorithms get better and better over time at detecting what kind of profile companies are looking for, as human resources staff give a thumbs up to their preferred candidates.
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