There are many factors that come into play in a job interview and this is precisely what Google has thought of to launch Interview WarmUp, a tool that will allow you to practice and improve in these selective processes.
Practice your job interviews
Google has designed an innovative Artificial Intelligence application called Interview Warmupa space created to train and prepare for job interviews with a digital interviewer who will not only throw us different types of professional questions, but will also evaluate the answers and give us feedback to improve for the real interview.
This evaluation will not be closed with qualifications, but ideas and suggestions regarding the terms you use, how they relate to the job you are applying for, the most used words and the discussion points you covered and left uncovered. In fact, you can edit your answers by hand to see if you reach the level of excellence that you want to have.
The tool will not only analyze this new version of the answer, but also learns over time, gradually improving your confidence. The system is based on a speech recognition, with subsequent transcriptionso you will only need a microphone and a web browser to start practicing with this virtual job interview coach.
Until now, this initiative was included in the Google Career Certificate learning program, with the aim that graduating students could have a means to practice what they would say in a job interview for the topics they studied. However, it is now available to the general public, so you can try it out by following the link above.
At the moment, only in English
The only big but at the moment is that the tool is only available in english. However, taking into account that more and more bilingual professional profiles are being sought, it can also be a good opportunity to practice the language of Shakespeare before a possible job interview in English.
It also has certain limitations in the number of different jobs and trades it offers, since it adjusts the virtual interviewer according to the job position we opt for. Currently, it focuses on five specific professional branches (Data Analytics, E-Commerce, IT Support, Project Management and UX Design), in addition to a general category.