Evaluate the whole candidate without a single test
Talent Select AI delivers the first truly non-invasive way to objectively understand and assess your candidates’ psychology, personality traits, and core skills — all from a standard job interview.
Talent Select AI is proven to...
Reduce time to hire
Cut hiring time in half and extend offers faster to increase acceptance among top-tier candidates and drive greater hiring ROI.
Improve the applicant experience
Simplify the application process for your candidates by eliminating the need for time-consuming tests and tedious additional tasks.
Advance DEI initiatives
Remove personally identifiable information and look beyond traditional success measures to gain a holistic, unbiased view of each candidate.
Talent Select AI accurately measures traits that are important and useful variables for hiring selectors — attributes that research has shown to correlate with workplace performance.
Michael A. Campion, Ph.D. The Herman C. Krannert Distinguished Professor of Management, Purdue University, and world-renowned IO psychologist
Insights that matter to you
Our trait and skill measures are constructed from well-established IO frameworks, including the Big 5 Personalities (also known as OCEAN) and the Great 8 Competencies — as well as our own scientifically validated, proprietary measures, like Grit and Proactiveness — to provide hiring leaders with the data they need to quickly identify top candidates.
The Talent Select AI Difference
Talent Select AI provides accurate, unbiased candidate insights by using Natural Language Processing (NLP) to analyze the words they use right from the job interview — no traditional psychometric testing, no gamified assessments, and no extra steps required.
Both black box and white box AI (also known as glass box AI) models have a set of input systems. And while black box AI’s operations aren’t visible, white box AI is transparent about how it comes to conclusions.
The “Big Five” personality traits, coined by Lew Goldberg, is a framework used to measure five foundational personality traits: openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism (also referred to as emotional stability).
The Great Eight Competencies have been found to directly impact job performance: leading and deciding, supporting and cooperating, interacting and presenting, analyzing and interpreting, creating and conceptualizing, organizing and executing, adapting and coping, and enterprising and performing.