Brain scans might one day tell you if you’re bad at your job
Losing out on a job opportunity because someone else looked better in an interview or had a more detailed resume can be pretty frustrating, but what if employers could actually determine who would be better at a skill-based job before actually hiring someone?
A new study published in Science Advances describes how brain scanning technology could actually be applied to test the skills of any number of people to determine who is more reliable, turning the guesswork of hiring someone into a numbers-driven judgement.
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