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Unbiased Recruiter

Social robot Tengai can ask all the right questions without any human bias.

The very idea of a robot conducting a job interview would unnerve most people. Of course, it is becoming commonplace for robots like Sophie and Pepper to be interviewed by humans, but one rarely finds a robo interviewer shooting job related questions with no big bosses in sight. But all that may change soon.

TNG, one of Sweden's largest recruitment firms, is trialling Tengai, a robot that will ask an interviewee all the

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