LinkedIn is currently working on ‘LinkedIn Coach,’ a new AI chatbot that assists users in job hunting, skill development, and network building – everything made easier for LinkedIn users.
In a recent tweet from an app researcher, Nima Owji, he revealed that LinkedIn is developing an AI assistant that “helps you apply for jobs, learn new skills, and find more ways to connect with your network!”
Consequently, the tweet also highlighted a screenshot of the AI chatbot’s preview showcasing its ability to answer questions – backed up by the power of artificial intelligence.
According to the screenshot, there are suggested example prompts such as “What does Microsoft do? What is the culture of Microsoft? and “How does Coach work?”
All of which gives a spotlight on the expected question-answering abilities from the bot. However, the preview did not include LinkedIn Coach’s answer to these prompts.
Previously, LinkedIn integrated AI technologies into their system and launched its new AI features. These features include the AI-generated recruiter messages, AI-enhanced job descriptions, AI-powered profile building, and AI collaborative articles – a game changer for LinkedIn.
In a statement from SaaS Sales Leader, Venti T., he emphasized that the “integration of AI has led to the creation of new native tools, improving various aspects of the LinkedIn platform.”
The upcoming LinkedIn feature is currently being tested and is yet to be made official by the said company.
The growing AI systems yet again prove its beneficial purpose to established platforms, such as in LinkedIn. The integration of AI features definitely made things easier for users to build connections, grow networks, and make job hunting easier for aspirants – leveling up everyone’s potential in building their careers.