- A woman has been praised for a “brilliant”, albeit cheeky, exciting interview
- His smartphone has an AI tool that gives her answers in real time
Interviews are something that many people fear.
But one woman has been praised for her “genius” – if rather cheeky – trick that helped her ace her interview.
A video posted on TikTok shows the unnamed woman on a video call with several interviewers.
Leaning against her laptop is her smartphone, which displays an AI tool that gives her answers in real time.
Several viewers expressed their awe at the sneaky trick, with one joking that the woman “deserves the job for innovation.”
Interviews are something that many people fear. But one woman has been praised for her “genius” – if rather cheeky – trick that helped her ace her interview
The video was posted on TikTok by Aidan Cramer, 30, from London, who filmed his roommate during a job interview.
“I caught my roommate cheating at the interview!” he joked in the caption.
In the clip, the woman is asked by an interviewer to describe a situation where she faced a challenging problem at work and how she solved it.
As the interviewer speaks, the question appears on the smartphone screen in real time before an answer appears.
‘Surely. “At my previous job, we experienced a sudden drop in website traffic,” she replies calmly, reading from her smartphone.
“I took the initiative to diagnose the issue and assembled a cross-functional development team…” she adds before the video trails off.
The tool the woman used appears to be AI Apply, which is described by its developers as a “smart job assistant” that uses AI to streamline the application process.
Users can choose from several options, including a cover letter generator, resume tracking, and an “interview buddy,” which is apparently used in the video.
According to AI Apply’s website, users can upload their resume before participating in their video interview with the interviewee open on their phone.
The tool the woman used appears to be AI Apply, which is described by its developers as a “smart job assistant” that uses AI to streamline the application process
Based on your resume, the tool provides real-time advice and answers to interviewers’ questions.
Several impressed fans read the comments on TikTok and praised the “genius” hack.
“Interviews are nonsense anyway. Good for them!” wrote one user.
“These days it’s stupidly harder to find a job than it should be.” “I’m taking tips from this girl,” another added.
And one joked: “She deserves the job for innovation. “You’ll be glad to have her.”
WILL YOUR JOB BE TOOK OVER BY A ROBOT? Physical work poses the greatest risk
Physical jobs in predictable environments, including machine operators and fast food workers, are most likely to be replaced by robots.
New York-based management consulting firm McKinsey focused on the number of jobs that would be lost to automation and which occupations are most at risk.
According to the report, collecting and processing data are two other categories of activities that machines can increasingly do better and faster.
This could eliminate large amounts of labor – for example, in mortgages, paralegals, accounting and processing back-office transactions.
Conversely, jobs in unpredictable environments are at the lowest risk.
The report added: “Occupations such as gardeners, plumbers or child and aged care providers will also generally be less automated by 2030 as they are technically difficult to automate and often command relatively lower wages, making automation a less attractive business.” makes ‘suggestion.’