CB1-18 is a computer program which is able to conduct a job interview automatically via auditory video and textual methods. It is able to interview all the applicants with questions in an automatic way. Our system can first verify the professional skills with questions about the candidate’s information about the applicant’s professional career and then verify the skills through language test and soft skills test. The main goal is to do almost all the selection process in an automatic way in order to avoid wasting time, and leaving to humans only the final decision. Most of the applications stand the chance of not being read due to time and cost reasons. The majority of them are rejected even before being read because of discriminatory criteria such as age, race, gender. Applicants don’t stand a chance in such a large amount of applications even before being evaluated on their skills basis. Other applications are rejected because of the way applicants writes since their CV is not able to transfer their value. Such software will help the most vulnerable people, generally discriminated by age - gender and race, to highlight their skills and willingness towards a fairly competition where all candidates start at the same starting point regardless of their status. There are so many areas of application: we think about people over 50 who have lost their job and the possibility to be selected again. If we think about moms who return into the labor market after dedicating themselves to the family, or young people ready to start their professional life. We can think about unemployed people who can have the possibility to present themselves in the best way to the recruiter. CB1-18 is a software able to give equal opportunities to everyone, identifying professionalism and most relevant skills, and when not present, tell us in what areas we can find them. CB1-18 is a software system that has great economic impact with great social implications at the same time.
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