From TikTok videos to entire blogs dedicated to the subject. Prepare for a job interview it’s something the internet is pretty well documented for. However, on many occasions we do not have anyone to practice with, or we do not know if the things we are saying are really adapted to what we have learned through our long searches on the web. Fortunately, you no longer need to worry. Google just launched a new artificial intelligence that will allow you to practice for your future interviews, and will offer you feedback in the process.
This new Google AI arrives under the name of Interview Warmup (Interview Warm-up in Spanish), and will help you prepare to be interviewed in many different job roles. Among the classic “tell me more about yourself” questions, to analyze the intonation of your answers; this AI is ready to point out things about you that you might not even be aware of.
Interview Warmup will warn you when you overuse some phrases and words. Or if you should spend a little more time explaining a specific area about yourself. It’s about a coach which you can access at no cost, and at any time.
How can this artificial intelligence help you?
So far, we know that Interview Warmup he is able to assist the user in a number of technology-oriented fields. Among them we have Information Technology (IT), support, project management, data analysis, online sales and marketing.
Before starting the interview Interview Warmup It will ask you to specify the field in which you want to work. From now on, the process requires the user to type or answer with voice the questions asked by the system. In addition, this AI focuses on three specific pillars of the conversation: the technical, situational and background of the user.
The latter, for its part, has to do with a user’s history in your career. The second requires the user to think How have you been able to resolve situations? of stress in the past, and successfully. As for the technical questions, they have to do with the knowledge and skills possessed by the candidate.
In fact, this artificial intelligence is so useful that even can help you find effective points towards whom to take the conversation; and even suggest some totally new ones.
A project that seeks to help users
Jasmin Rubinovitz, software engineer and researcher at Google Creative Lab, comments on the company’s intentions behind this artificial intelligence. Rubinovitz explains that currently there are more than 1.3 million job openings in the United States willing to pay high salaries in technology positions.
We discovered that one of the things that applicants had the most difficulty with was interviewing. So we tried to think, we could use machine learning and great language models to build a tool to help you practice for a job interview.
Jasmin Rubinovitz, software engineer and researcher at Google Creative Lab
A) Yes, Google wants to offer a safe place for people to practice and improve your points in an interview. In addition, it is a tool that can be used as many times as necessary, so the possibilities for improvement are endless.
More details about this Google AI
Of course, there are still some details to refine in Google’s new artificial intelligence. An important detail is that currently only available in the United Statesalthough it is likely that it will soon be extended to other regions.
Also, Interview Warmup has been created to help users of Google Career Certificates to get a job. In fact, many of the questions will be related to this topicwhich can be confusing for those who do not use the platform or are completely unaware of it.
Artificial intelligence is an area that grows with each passing day. In fact, it has gone from being a fun or curious topic, to becoming a really useful tool for companies and users alike. In fact, at IBM they already use an AI that allows them to know if a worker is about to resign, and to reach agreements if necessary. Others already allow you to predict the future and see if your relationship will last or not, and can even help companies discover the perfect candidate to fill a particular position.