Researchers from Saratov State Technical University have developed a new system for assessing people’s professional skills. With this system, you can test and choose personnel for companies. This was reported in the press service of the university.

The system, created by SSTU scientists and students, is based on artificial intelligence and guarantees accurate results. It can be used to assess college students, conduct comprehensive staff assessments, and automate the hiring of employees in companies’ HR departments. It is fraud-proof and can save you time and effort during testing.

With this program, you can evaluate multiple competencies simultaneously and use data analysis to choose the next task. The test models the auditor’s thought process based on knowledge of how the tested people will perform on different tasks. This approach improves the accuracy of the forecast and allows you to identify forecasting facts and random errors.

The development was carried out by Professor Viktor Gusyatnikov, associate professors Tatyana Sokolova and Alexei Bezrukov, as well as graduate student Inna Kayukova. Technology received registration certificates of a program for computers. The research was supported by two grants from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.

Yu.A. Saratov State Technical University named after Gagarin was founded in 1930 and is one of the leading technical universities in Russia. It offers training in a wide range of engineering, technical, natural sciences, economics, management and humanities. More than 20 thousand students study at the university.

Source: Ferra

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