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LinkedIn announces New Generative AI Tools for Recruiters

World’s most trusted professional networking site, LinkedIn announced two new AI-powered tools for recruiters and job search consultants. Last week, LinkedIn AI had announced tapping into the entire network of LinkedIn content and professional contacts to build AI-powered collaborative articles on its platform. Today, it is taking a step forward into hiring domain, specifically targeting recruiters who can now use LinkedIn to generate new job descriptions and job titles for their organizations.

In an official LinkedIn post, Hari Srinivasan, VP of Product wrote his company is now testing OpenAI’s GPT model to create AI-powered job descriptions. This would allow recruiters to leverage AI in creating personalized job descriptions in English. It would be currently available for a limited number of LinkedIn users in the US, India, UK, Canada, and Australia.

In its second offering, LinkedIn announced introducing 100+ free courses in AI, including a course from LinkedIn’s Chief Product Officer, Tomer Cohen.

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The rise of AI has been an upward journey since the launch of ChatGPT3 in November. Since then, many technology companies have quickly scaled their AI efforts to latch onto the infinite capabilities of GPT3 to build new tools and solutions. This pushed the bar higher for OpenAI, the makers of ChatGPT3 to announce its next iteration, a better deep learning model, called GPT4. Microsoft owns LinkedIn, and the company is also heavily invested in OpenAI’s AI development projects. In fact, OpenAI builds its products in Azure. This gives LinkedIn a direct benefit of utilizing OpenAI’s ever-growing range of capabilities and translate new opportunities into renewable revenue streams, particularly with its suites for HR Managers, Sales and Marketing professionals who are among the foremost users of LinkedIn.

For LinkedIn, as Tomer Cohen put it, this is just the start with AI at LinkedIn.

We will keep you posted on what’s coming up next at LinkedIn in the HR technology space.

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