LinkedIn is a go-to social media site for many professionals who want to expand their network, build relationships, and seek employment opportunities. Today, the social network introduces an AI-based writing assistant which is based on OpenAI’s GPT technology.
The wizard will help users write the sections In regards to And Title of their profile. These sections are particularly important to stand out, and can therefore be very difficult to write.
Once the AI generates the custom description, users will have the option to edit the text and adapt it to their needs. In fact, LinkedIn recommends users take that extra step because “personalization is always important.”
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The feature will be limited to users subscribed to LinkedIn Premium, which costs €34.70 per month. The AI assistance will first begin to be used by users chosen by LinkedIn, before being extended to all Premium subscribers over the next few months.
LinkedIn is also testing an AI-powered job description tool that would help employers write better job descriptions to attract talent. The user will only have to include basic information, and the AI will do the rest.
Earlier this week, Microsoft Edge launched a shortcut button on its sidebar for Bing Chat, which lets users access AI support on any page on the web, including LinkedIn. By visiting LinkedIn through the new Bing Chat, which is free, you can access AI support similar to that offered by LinkedIn. However, Bing’s AI activity will take place in its sidebar, not the LinkedIn UI.
If you don’t yet have access to Bing Chat and want to avoid the high fees of LinkedIn Premium, you can also use ChatGPT to achieve similar results. Admittedly, this means opening another tab, but to save 35 euros per month, it can be worth it.
Source : ZDNet.com