Many lauded the woman for coming up with a genius plan to give the interview from the comfort of her home.
AI, since its rapid evolution, has garnered a lot of responses. It is no secret that AI has the power to influence every aspect of the corporate industry. It is an alternative that can ease the workload, but it can also quite literally alter everything about your present job. Aidan (@aidancramer) published a video on TikTok, showcasing his housemate using AI for her interview. Interviews are a way for employers to analyze skill but it is also a test to see whether an individual's personality is appropriate for the job requirement.
The video begins with Aidan zooming in on the interview proceedings of his housemate. It was clear that a panel of people were taking her interview. The Zoom session was set up on the laptop, while her iPhone was present right beside the laptop, just outside the vision of the interviewers. On the iPhone the application aiApply was open. aiApply is an AI-powered tool that has been made to ease the job search process for people. It helps with the applications, and also prepares individuals for interviews, by giving them answers to questions. Questions can be put into the system, and the system will provide you with an answer. This feature is what the housemate was seen taking advantage of, during her job interview. The feature was essentially put in place to help people prepare with prospective questions.
The video text overlay read, "Caught my housemate using AI, to give her answers DURING job interview!" At one point, Aidan zooms in on the question, "Can you describe a situation where you faced a challenging problem at work and how you went about solving it?" This is not a factual question with a definite answer. The question needs personal experience on the part of the interviewee, who took help of the AI tool to read out a more relatable answer.
Despite existing controversial opinions on using AI for work, the comments section completely understood the housemate's call, as the economy is worsening and interviews are getting more difficult to crack. Personality-based interviews can go a 100 ways, and having a "support" like that does not seem like the worst idea. Many lauded the woman for coming up with a genius plan to give the interview from the comfort of her home. @gistobist commented: "She deserves the job for innovation. They will be lucky to have her."
@p_g_stories_official wrote: "Actually employers like that, it shows that you are capable of finding the solution to any problem." @cameronw2023 was on the housemate's side, "Getting a job in this day and age is stupidly more difficult than it should be. I’ll take tips from this gal Ty."