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LinkedIn has AI to enhance profiles. It made some sound robotic.

Washington Post: “If you’re one of the many users who struggle to tell your professional story on the job site LinkedIn, a built-in artificial intelligence tool may now offer some assistance. But whether using AI is worth your time may depend on how creative you want your profile to be LinkedIn began rolling out a generative AI feature to select users this spring, powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 model, to help premium subscribers write headlines and “about” sections. Users can generate text summarizing what’s already in their profile and get spruced-up suggestions offered by the feature, which is highlighted with a gold button that says “write with AI.” The capability is available to all of LinkedIn’s millions of premium subscribers, and the company said it’s exploring expanding access in the future. Generative AI features have been making their way into services and products across industries ever since OpenAI made a big splash with its AI bot ChatGPT late last year. Since then, Microsoft, a big investor in OpenAI, Google and others have been debuting new generative AI features across their product lines. LinkedIn, which is owned by Microsoft, is joining the bunch with its latest rollout…”


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