During the summer of 2016, I interned at a small start-up called Juji in the South Bay. There, I designed and developed a web-based interface for recruiters/HR to sort candidates by automatically inferred personality traits, as well as a chat interface to conduct virtual interviews and where candidates could see their inferred personalities. Using this system, I helped design and run a field deployment to over 300 real job applicants, testing the effects of the personalities of both virtual agents and interviewees on trust.

You can see a video summary of the system above, which accompanied our research paper currently under review to IUI: if you would like to read it, shoot me an email!

Design specification for a chatbox

Hifi mockup for a data visualization page

Several different agent avatars