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LinkedIn Introduces New AI-Powered Features to Assist Professionals in Job Search

LinkedIn’s new AI features will only be available to the platform’s Premium subscribers.

LinkedIn Introduces New AI-Powered Features to Assist Professionals in Job Search

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LinkedIn has started rolling out these features to Premium users globally

  • LinkedIn’s AI chatbot will review users’ resume and application
  • AI-powered Jobseeker Coach will help find jobs based on text prompts
  • Premium LinkedIn users will also get advice from AI bots trained by exper

LinkedIn is rolling out several new artificial intelligence (AI) features that will assist users in job search and personalised learning on the platform. Announced on Thursday, these AI-powered features include a Jobseeker Coach that can hunt the right job for users from a text prompt, a tool to review resumes and applications, a chatbot that can interactively assist in creating cover letters, and help in seeking professional advice. These features are currently being rolled out globally for the Premium users of the platform.

LinkedIn rolls out new AI features

In a newsroom post, LinkedIn announced a new feature that is grouped under the platform's AI-powered job experience. Currently, it is only available in English, but the company said that in the future it will add more enhancements based on user feedback.

An AI-powered Jobseeker Coach, which is an integrated chatbot, is being added. The chatbot can search for jobs based on simple text prompts. For instance, users can type, “Find me a job in cybersecurity within my network” or “Find me a job UI/UX designer job in Bengaluru that pays at least Rs. 10 lakh a year,” and the AI will look through its database to bring helpful suggestions. Users can also use it to implement ways to stand out in search results.

LinkedIn is also adding a tool that can review users' applications and resumes and help them stand out. The AI will offer constructive feedback and personalised suggestions that can be tailored to specific job posts. Additionally, the tool will also assist in improving the cover letter by offering recommendations that can be manually reviewed and edited.

The platform is also adding a couple of tools to help professionals get advice and learn new skills. Expert advice is a new feature where LinkedIn Premium users can get personalised advice from business leaders and coaches. These AI bots are trained by real experts, the company claimed.

Finally, a Personalised coaching feature will help users when they take new courses on the platform. They will be able to ask for content summary, clarification on certain topics, or real-time insights and examples. While LinkedIn has started rolling out the feature to users, it may take a few days before these are visible to everyone.

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Akash Dutta
Akash Dutta is a Senior Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. He is particularly interested in the social impact of technological developments and loves reading about emerging fields such as AI, metaverse, and fediverse. In his free time, he can be seen supporting his favourite football club - Chelsea, watching movies and anime, and sharing passionate opinions on food. More
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