With the advent of the non-face-to-face (non-contact) era after the COVID-19 pandemic, interviews conducted through conversations between people have been affected. With the rapid development of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) along with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, artificial intelligence (AI) is developing in more detail and affecting the entire society. In the non-face-to-face interview section, more and more companies are attempting to introduce AI. In this study, the areas where AI can be applied during the recruitment and interview process were examined, and the possibility of subjective elements being involved in the AI algorithm and ethical problems that may arise accordingly were examined. Through this, it was found that AI applied to the interview process also intervenes between corporate values and subjective standards of people in each factor of the algorithm. Ensuring that human dignity and basic rights can be guaranteed within AI is one of the tasks to be solved in the future. In Korea, ethical monitoring and verification of the AI system will be needed more in the future as the Human Rights Commission has presented ethical guidelines for the development and use of artificial intelligence. The AI field will develop further in the future, and AI bias and ethical issues can occur throughout the field. This is why the balanced perspective and principles of technology and ethics should be more firmly established.