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Zoe Kleinman

Technology reporter, BBC News

IBM is launching software which will monitor algorithms in real time and highlight how they make decisions.

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For IBM, eagerness is a key attribute for their young new joiners who are awaiting their A-level results today.

Jenny Taylor, who manages the graduate, student and apprenticeship programmes at IBM, tells Wake Up to Money: "We're looking for enthusiasm. Driven, innovative individuals with a passion to work for us.

"We're not looking for any specific skills. We realise that early professionals don't really have a lot of work experience but we are looking for certain attributes."

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