Emily Kayden is a graduate student in Digital Rhetoric and Professional Writing at Michigan State University. Currently, Emily studies the affordances of technologies and their intersections with access and disability. In the future, she intends to pursue a career in the fields of technical communication and accessibility.
Learn how the author experienced asynchronous, video-based interviewing technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to assess job candidates. The author observes that responding to questions via recorded videos has become more prevalent. How do these tools address experience, ethics, and accessibility? What is the risk for biases and misinterpretations? This article presents information and concerns for AI-powered interviewing technology that speaks to employers and aids them to make informed decisions about using AI interviewing technologies.