There are a lot of rote tasks a good AI interviewer could do for you

Nicholas Diakopoulos, Columbia Journalism Review, Jun 29, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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We're not that far from seeing this sort of technology applied in day-to-day interactions. It will be mainstream within 20 years, I'd say. Already the technology exists to do narrowly-bounded applications. Consider: "There are a variety of unexpected but routine events that get reported on every day in the news, such as fires, sports, and crimes where basic structured information about the event could be collected by such a system." I can imagine such a system performing routine tests, exams and screening interviews. And, eventually, a lot more.

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