Tag: job selection

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We Like Your Look

Designed by the recruiting-technology firm HireVue, the system uses candidates’ computer or cellphone cameras to analyze their facial movements, word choice and speaking voice before ranking them against other applicants based on an automatically generated “employability” score. Drew Harwell, Washington Post Yeah, I have questions. So many questions. Loren Larsen, […]

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Fred Oswald Interviewed in U.S. News & World Report on AI in Hiring

A good hiring test meets three criteria, says Fred Oswald, an industrial-organizational psychologist with expertise in personnel selection and analytics and a professor in the department of psychological sciences at Rice University. It’s reliable, which means a job applicant who takes the test multiple times receives similar scores. It’s valid, […]

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IAT Blues

In recent years, a series of studies have led to significant concerns about the IAT’s reliability and validity. These findings, raising basic scientific questions about what the test actually does, can explain why trainings based on the IAT have failed to change discriminatory behavior. Olivia Goldhill Read The World is […]