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The first-of-its-kind law, effective today, might give candidates a bit more insight into the algorithms that analyze their interviews, but they shouldn’t expect much to change.
Much ado about nothing since it is "limited" at the moment. Not sure how I feel about being videoed and having my micro-expressions analyzed. Maybe I just have a toot caught sideways or have a bladder control issue. Would it think I am not a good candidate because of the twinges I am sure I would be making. What if I frowned when answering a question because I remembered I forgot to get something at the grocery store just prior to the interview...would it interpret that as some kind of bias or issue that would get me marked down (and possibly lose the job). What if I just smiled all the way through it...would that be a positive or an indicator I am creepy or just too laid back? An inquisitive mind wants to know!