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South Koreans learn to beat the AI hiring bots

By Reuters
14 January 2020   |   1:55 pm
In a tight job market, South Korea's top firms are rolling out artificial intelligence in hiring. That's got job seekers turning to cram schools to learn how to beat the bots.

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