Mrs Rehab Kadry
Rehab Kadry works as an Associate Principal at Korn Ferry where she is responsible for delivering Korn Ferry Digital Talent Solutions. She is a proficient consultant with extensive experience across the EMEA region in L&D and HR consultancy. She has more than 12 years of practical experience working with clients across multiple sectors including technology, automotive, pharmaceutical, and fast-moving consumer goods sector; as well as those in the government and public sector, where she has been heavily involved at the planning, execution and measurement levels. Soem major projects she has worked on include competency model customization and implementation; designing and managing Assessment/ Development Centers, including feedback sessions; developing and delivering workshops on competency-based human resource management to build internal capability. She holds a Master’s degree in Business Psychology with Coaching, and several certifications in Training & Instructional Delivery and a Human Resource Management Diploma from Heriot-Watt University, Florida International University, and the American University in Cairo, and in Personal Success Guidance from True Colors International, USA. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences. She is a certified True Communicator, a True Core Leader, and a True Change Manager for the True Colors International, USA. She has facilitated several “learning & development” workshops in the areas of personal development, organizational culture, management, leadership, and organizational development & performance.
Dear Machine, Can I trust you? The effectiveness of Artificial Intelligent interviews in predicting individual differences during the hiring process
In the digital era, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing numerous tasks and processes currently managed by the human capital. It is safe to say that AI has a significant disruptive impact to either augment or potentially replace numerous human tasks and activities across multiple diversified industries whether it be manufacturing, retail, healthcare, logistics, etc. (Dwivedi et.al, 2021).
The increased acceleration of cognitive technologies and advancements in AI technology, plays a critical role in how organizations rethink their ability to thrive and achieve outcomes that were not previously feasible. Hence, more than ever organizations are now redefining their processes in order to be able to use a combination of people and technology to leverage their abilities.
For instance, AI is currently augmenting the hiring process in more than one way, such as using AI to improve candidate experience, or support recruiters by taking over the mundane tasks of gathering and analyzing information. Also, more organizations are now examining how AI can assist hiring decisions and help recruiters in not missing out on crucial talent.
The aim of this study was to investigate the potential effectiveness of AI interviews to predict apparent personality traits (automatic personality perception) based on visual, audio, and language cues obtained from interview videos by comparing the personality traits results obtained from the video interviews for n=100 participants’/volunteers’ to the participants’/volunteers’ personality traits results obtained from completing a traditional traits self-inventory (BFI-44).
Quantitative data was then collected and analyzed using quantitative survey methodology to determine whether AI interviews can effectively be applied within the field of HR or not. The study examined whether AI interviews can be utilized with minimal risk of bias and unfairness or more precautions must be considered before using AI interviews.
1. Dwivedi, Y. K., Hughes, L., Ismagilova, E., Aarts, G., Coombs, C., Crick, T., ... & Williams, M. D. (2019). Artificial Intelligence (AI): Multidisciplinary perspectives on emerging challenges, opportunities, and agenda for research, practice and policy. International Journal of Information Management, 101994.