(LinkedIn) launches AI tools to improve profiles - ChatGPT
Today, Microsoft's LinkedIn company announced new features supported by artificial intelligence aimed at helping users improve their profiles within the site, and assisting human resources employees in writing job search ads.
The new tools are based on AI models from OpenAPI and are initially available to paid LinkedIn Premium subscribers.
The company said that it relies on the GPT-4 model to help the user generate appropriate texts to fill in his profile, and the GPT-3.5 model for writing job advertisements.
In addition, the company announced that it has provided more than 100 courses in the field of artificial intelligence, including 20 courses that specifically focus on the field of generative artificial intelligence, as part of its service for courses on LinkedIn Learning.
Artificial intelligence helps (LinkedIn) users who have difficulty writing attractive summaries about their work experiences, as the system automatically identifies the user's most important skills and experiences, to write suggestions that will help make the profile more distinctive in a way that reflects a style specific to each user. The company said it encourages users to review and edit suggested content before publishing it.
Similarly, the Job Advertisement Writing Tool helps facilitate the hiring process by saving time and effort for HR staff who provide the AI with some basic information about the job, such as the job title and company name, so that the new tool generates the required job description. Publishers can review and modify the content as they see fit.
It is worth noting that the use of artificial intelligence in the recruitment process is not entirely new, as there are many programs available that help human resources staff to scrutinize the CVs of applicants by searching for certain keywords. However, the use of generative AI technology to write resumes or job postings is relatively new and has been trending since ChatGPT was launched late last year.
It is noteworthy that Microsoft has invested an estimated $10 billion in OpenAI, and has worked to integrate artificial intelligence technologies offered by the startup into a number of its products such as the Bing engine, the Edge web browser, and the Teams video chatting application.