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Robot Recruiter: Artificial intelligence used to hire employees

Finding the right person for a job is an important decision. In South Korea's hyper-competitive job market, companies are turning to artificial intelligence for help. A-I developers promise an unbiased recruiter... unlike humans. But is a computer really the best judge of character? Bruce Harrison reports. #RobotRecruiter #AI #AIrecruiter

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