2023 will be the year in which the technology industry will fully embrace the implementation of artificial intelligence features. This is something we have seen recently with various services and apps such as Discord, Slack and Snapchat, and which has been progressively boosted by the enormous popularity of ChatGPT and other chatbots based on OpenAI language models, such as Microsoft‘s new Bing.
Now, LinkedIn is also making the leap into the AI world and announcing the launch of new tools that will automatically generate content in user profiles and job descriptions. A logical step, considering that LinkedIn is owned by Microsoft, one of OpenAI’s main investors.
The first of the AI tools announced will enable the automatic creation of summaries of users’ profiles based on the skills and experiences they post. The feature, which LinkedIn Premium subscribers will be able to test in the coming months, will generate suggestions that users can review before adding them as summaries to their profiles.
“Our tool identifies the most important skills and experiences you should highlight in the ‘About’ and ‘Headline’ sections, and comes up with suggestions to make your profile stand out. By doing the heavy lifting for you, the tool saves you time and energy, while maintaining your unique voice and style,” LinkedIn states in a release, emphasizing the review of content before it is published.
On the other hand, LinkedIn has also launched a tool that will allow companies and recruiters in general to automatically fill in the job descriptions they request, greatly streamlining the hiring process. By simply indicating a few details, including the position, company name and location, a description will be automatically generated and can be edited to our liking.