LinkedIn, a well-known professional networking site, is anticipated to soon launch an AI tool that will let users write or generate posts based on 30-word prompts. According to reports, the tool is currently being tested and will soon be made available to all users. OpenAI’s ChatGPT, AI is taking over corporate future tasks. Bing and Bard have already been released by several companies, including Microsoft and Google, and they use generative AI to provide all query responses that are comparable to those of a human.

According to LinkedIn’s Director of Product, Keren Baruch, the company will soon make AI tools available on its platform to help users in generating and sharing posts. “When it comes to posting on LinkedIn, we’ve heard that you generally know what you want to say, but going from a great idea to a full-fledged post can be challenging and time-consuming. So, we’re starting to test a way for members to use generative AI directly within the LinkedIn share box,” she wrote.

How will it work

According to reports, the soon-to-be-launched AI feature will provide users an easy way to quickly create and share posts, saving them the time and effort typically required for content curation. According to reports, the feature, which is now in testing, will soon be made available to all users. When the tool is live, users will be able to generate an initial draft of their posts based on their input and share their thoughts in a prompt of at least 30 words. The service will, however, make use of the power of AI. Before the publication, users can quickly alter and improve the draft’s layout to meet their specific needs.

“To start, you’ll need to share at least 30 words outlining what you want to say – this is your own thoughts and perspective and the core of any post. Then you can leverage generative AI to create a first draft. This will give you a solid foundation to review, edit and make your own, all before you click post,” Baruch further explained.

She stated in her conclusion that the process’ cornerstone would be the introduction of responsible AI, and the features will be adequately tested before being made available to all of our platform users.

Notably, LinkedIn has introduced AI generation tools, such as ad copy suggestions and content generation for user profiles and job descriptions. To help users in producing interesting content, these tools make use of platform data collection.

Based on user data, the ad copy suggestion tool uses generative AI to generate headlines and introductory text for advertising. Advertisers can modify the automatically generated material to align it to the tone and language of their brands. In the near future, LinkedIn wants to expand its availability, functionality, and language support after initially launched as a pilot program in North America in English.

AI for writing profile summary

Additionally, LinkedIn has integrated generative AI capabilities for the creation of content for user profiles and job descriptions. The tool scans profiles to collect data about skills and previous experience, then generates draughts using that information. Using content from already-existing profiles guarantees authenticity. LinkedIn plans to progressively make this tool available to all LinkedIn Premium subscribers after it was first tested in March.


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