Sapia.ai's mission is to develop ethical Ai for hiring that people love. Sapia Chat Interview™ is a blind, untimed and asynchronous structured interview. It conducts an interview and uses proprietary machine learning models built to assess attributes that matter: personality traits, behavioural competencies and communications skills. Sapia’s technology is the first solution of its kind to disrupt biases that affect traditional recruitment processes, such as ones based on resumes and video AI – resulting in fair outcomes for candidates and companies. Sapia customers include such ASX- and FTSE-listed companies as Qantas, Woolworths Group (Australia’s largest private employer), Ericsson, Tennis Australia, Holland & Barrett, Randstad, Hudson, and others.
Sapia’s AI is built and managed by its data science, research and IO psychology division, Sapia Labs. Sapia Labs is responsible for ensuring that its AI systems are operating fairly, ethically, and transparently. On bias mitigation and fairness, Sapia Labs has pushed the limits by publishing their own framework called FAIR™ that governs their ethical AI process. Sapia has published their science in reputable peer reviewed journals and won several awards recognizing its excellence in AI, including the Cutting Edge Tech and Employee Experience award at 2022’s Viva Technology conference in Paris, France.
Other capabilities: AI based candidate screening
AI enablement capability
- Cross industry
- Accommodation and food services
- Administrative and support
- Agriculture, forestry and fishery
- Arts and recreation
- Education and training
- Electricity, gas, water, waste services
- Financial and insurance
- Healthcare and social assistance
- Information, media and telecommunications
- Professional scientific technical services
- Public administration and safety
- Rental, hiring and real estate services
- Retail trade
- Transport, postal and warehousing
- Wholesale trade
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