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This robot interviewer is helping Sweden recruit without bias

Furhat, the social robot with a back-projected face that can change its personality and talk to people, is shown at a demonstration of the technology in London, Britain November 19, 2018.  REUTERS/Stuart McDill - RC1F2AAF1910

Why do you want the job? Image: REUTERS/Stuart McDill

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