Linkedin: Here’s how LinkedIn is making writing profile summary, job descriptions easy

LinkedIn is the latest Microsoft-owned platform that is getting its suite of artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools. These tools will enable users to generate content for their profiles and job descriptions. The AI tool will make the process of summarising users’ “career highlights and aspirations into just a few sentences” and make it more effective.
LinkedIn AI tool availability
LinkedIn said the testing would begin on March 15 and expand access to all LinkedIn Premium subscribers over the course of the next few months.

How does the tool work
The AI tool will scan user profiles for skills and experiences and prepare a draft. As per Tomer Cohen, Tomer Cohen, chief product officer at LinkedIn, the toll will maintain the authenticity by using the content already on your profile.
“It will identify the most important skills and experiences to highlight in your About and Headline sections, and craft suggestions to make your profile stand out. By doing the heavy lifting for you, the tool saves you time and energy while still maintaining your unique voice and style,” Cohen added.
LinkedIn also encourages users to review and edit the suggested content before adding it to their profiles for accuracy, tone and experience.
LinkedIn job descriptions
LinkedIn is also adding the ability of AI-powered job descriptions. The AI tool will make it easier and faster to write a job description, which is a time-consuming task. This way, employers will be able to quickly write accurate job descriptions to hire employees.

To write a job description using the AI tool, employers must provide some basic information, including the job title and company name. The tool will then generate a suggested job description for them to review and edit.
AI on LinkedIn
This is not the first time that LinkedIn has used AI on the platform. The company has been using the technology in a different capacity, like LinkedIn Recruiter which provides a ranked list of candidates corresponding to a search request in the form of a query, a job posting, or a recommended candidate using machine-learned models.



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