Let’s begin by first understanding what is required for a seamless online remote proctoring experience. The basic requirements entail a glitch-free video feed along with an excellent audio feed, as well as continual recording. So, how are proctored exams monitored?
Live Online Proctoring – An invigilator supervises the assessment via webcam. With the help of a chat window the proctors can chat with the test taker and provide necessary assistance.
Advanced AI-powered Proctoring – The live webcam feed of the candidate is proctored by an AI-based system.
Recorded Proctoring – The audio-visual, as well as screen-sharing feeds of the candidate, is recorded during the test which is then reviewed post the test completion.
Experts train an AI algorithm to assist in proctoring after mining and reviewing a trove of data on trends and tendencies in test-taker's behaviours. AI provides the framework with predefined criteria to assess the actions and gestures of test subjects. The AI's advanced algorithms allow it to anticipate, flag and register even minor anomalies and suspicions. The AI algorithm is translated into logic or rationale and integrated into the method. As a consequence, when automated proctoring is enabled, the AI absorbs the collected data to analyse and evaluate it, much like a real human proctor. This reasoning is adaptable. After recognising the learning and observable results from respective tests, blueprints are generated with reasoning for the algorithm to ascertain and highlight numerous inconsistencies.