LinkedIn extends its AI assistant for recruitment ads and profile writing
When LinkedIn began to seed \”AI-powered conversations starters\” into people’s feeds earlier this month in order to boost engagement, it saw a lot of engagement, but none of it was positive.
LinkedIn has been using AI and other forms of automation in different areas of its platform, mostly behind the scenes. This is how they build and operate their network. With Microsoft’s investment in OpenAI, LinkedIn is now embracing OpenAI on the front-end, with the most recent developments coming today for LinkedIn profiles, LinkedIn recruitment, and LinkedIn learning.
Today, the company will introduce AI-powered writing recommendations. These suggestions will be initially offered to people who want to improve their LinkedIn profile, as well as to recruiters when they are writing job descriptions. Tomer Cohen is LinkedIn’s Chief Product Officer. Both models are based on advanced GPT models. LinkedIn uses GPT-4 to create personalized profiles and GPT-3.5 to describe jobs. LinkedIn Learning will also be focusing more on AI, with 100 courses devoted to the topic and 20 new ones devoted solely to generative AI.