LinkedIn is working on an artificial intelligence assistant to find jobs for users

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This artificial intelligence can suggest new jobs to users, teach them skills and ultimately help them form their own networks.

LinkedIn is apparently developing a new artificial intelligence tool called “LinkedIn Coach” that can teach users new skills in addition to making the job search and application process easier.

According to a new tweet by app researcher Nima Oji, it appears that the Microsoft-owned company is testing a new artificial intelligence assistant that can suggest new jobs to users, teach them new skills, and ultimately help them out. slow to form their own network.

LinkedIn is working on an artificial intelligence assistant to find jobs for users
LinkedIn is working on an artificial intelligence assistant to find jobs for users

LinkedIn Announces New AI Assistant

LinkedIn spokeswoman Amanda Purvis said in an email to The Verge that the company is “always looking” at new ways to improve the user experience. He also said that there will be more information to share about the company’s plans in the future.

In a video shared by Augie, he asks the chatbot questions like, “How does the assistant work?” or “What is Microsoft’s work culture like?” asks. Given that LinkedIn is owned by Microsoft, it can be expected that assistants equipped with artificial intelligence will be added to this social network at some point.

Microsoft has used artificial intelligence in most of its products so far. The software giant recently unveiled its Copilot AI assistant for Windows 11, which was previously available for Office apps. The company also recently launched a beta version of a coding chatbot for GitHub.

Of course, so far other artificial intelligence models have been added to LinkedIn. Earlier this year, the company unveiled a new artificial intelligence that can write text for companies’ hiring managers instead of users. Recently, it was also announced that LinkedIn’s artificial intelligence can write posts for users.

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