Microsoft-owned, business-focused social media platform LinkedIn Announce Introducing new artificial intelligence (AI) features to help recruiters when sourcing candidates.
On October 3, LinkedIn said it would launch its beta program for “Recruiter 2024,” an AI-powered tool for recruiters.
According to the announcement, recruiters using the tool can now ask questions using “natural language” to find candidates on the platform. Additionally, the tool can be used to create job advertising campaigns.
At the Talent Connect Summit in New York, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky He said The industry needs new rules of the game, and AI can help create them.
“The good news is that AI is not only accelerating the need for new rules of the game, it will also be a great tool to help you all build them…”
Along with the AI-powered recruitment tool, LinkedIn has also launched AI-powered training in the LinkedIn Learning section. The AI aspect will be able to personalize content and provide real-time advice based on the user’s career aspirations, she said.
Over the past year, LinkedIn reported a 65% increase in interest in its AI course offerings. The new AI-powered recruiting and learning tools will be available to a “few” users and will be made more widely available in the future.
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Microsoft owns LinkedIn and is said to be using OpenAI technology, which is powered by Microsoft and is the creator of the popular chatbot ChatGPT, to develop its AI features.
In May, it released AI-powered messaging for recruiters, and has since reported that 74% of users say it saves them time.
LinkedIn is one of many companies that have begun integrating AI-powered applications into their operations. On September 27, Mets CEO Mark Zuckerberg revealed his answer to ChatGPT with a new AI-powered chat assistant known as Meta AI.
The Meta AI Assistant will be integrated into Meta’s proprietary platforms, including popular social media and messaging apps Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp.
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