Emi Labs

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Emi Labs is an AI recruitment assistant for enterprises hiring lots of low-skilled workers. It replaces repetitive and time-consuming tasks as resumé screening and manual interview scheduling. Not only does it helps companies save thousands of dollars, but it also enables a better experience for candidates, both the ones that are selected and the ones that aren't.

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