LinkedIn, a professional networking platform, is the most recent platform to join the generative AI bandwagon by introducing AI-powered writing suggestions and job descriptions to its services.
According to Engadget, LinkedIn Premium subscribers may now generate descriptions based on their experiences using the new “enhance” tool.
The tool will draw from users’ work experience and skills and LinkedIn’s “insights” into what makes a strong profile, the company claims. It also uses the same OpenAI models as ChatGPT.
The professional networking platform added that it is also beginning to test job descriptions written by AI.
According to the report, hiring managers must only provide the job title, company name, and other basic facts in certain circumstances. LinkedIn will generate a detailed draft of a relevant job description.
Meanwhile, LinkedIn has unveiled a brand-new feature called “collaborative articles,” which will use “AI-powered conversation starters” to start conversations between the platform’s “experts.”
Based on its skills graph, the company will match articles with relevant members and invite them to contribute context, additional information, and suggestions for the articles.
Because “starting a conversation is harder than joining one,” the company believes the system will simplify sharing their perspectives for users.