Microsoft-owned business social platform LinkedIn has announced new artificial intelligence features to help recruiters find candidates.
The pilot project is called Recruiter 2024. HR managers using the tool will be able to ask questions and search criteria in “natural language”, and AI will select the most suitable resumes.
In addition, the utility can be used to create advertising campaigns for vacancies.
Along with the recruiting tool, LinkedIn also launched an AI training program in the LinkedIn Learning section. According to the company, the technology can adapt content in real time depending on the user’s career direction.
Over the past year, interest in the platform’s training courses on AI has grown by 65%.
At the Talent Connect summit in New York, LinkedIn CEO Ryan Roslansky said the recruiting industry needs a new boost, and artificial intelligence can help with that.
“The good news is that AI is not only increasing the need for new and interesting scenarios [развития технологий]but also becomes an excellent tool for creating them,” he added.
LinkedIn previously launched a generative AI feature to automatically write messages to hiring managers. It is available to Premium subscribers.
Let us recall that in September Microsoft announced the Copilot system, which combines Windows OS interfaces with artificial intelligence language models.
Meta later presented a set of AI tools – the company talked about a new voice assistant, a neural network with different personalities, smart glasses and stickers.
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