ChatGPT has changed the entire world, Professional networking platform, LinkedIn is likely to soon launch an AI tool that will write or generate posts for users based on 30-word prompts.
ChatGPT has changed the entire world Professional networking platform LinkedIn is likely to soon launch an AI tool that will write or generate posts for users based on 30-word prompts.
The platform is working on introducing a feature for users, especially for faster content creation and posting for job seekers. This feature is currently under testing and according to reports the company will soon introduce it to all users.
With the new feature, the platform aims to give users an option to share posts within minutes with the help of AI.
As with other AI chatbots, users must first create a prompt of at least 30 words that describes what they want their post to say. The AI bot creates a first draft based on the user’s ideas and perspective, which users can edit and refine as needed before posting.
Announcing the upcoming feature, Keren Baruch, director of product at LinkedIn, wrote, “When it comes to posting on LinkedIn, we’ve heard that you usually know what you want to say, but going from a great idea to a finished post can be challenging and time-consuming. So, we started testing a way for members to use generative AI in the LinkedIn Share Box directly on LinkedIn Post.
Responsible AI forms the foundation of the process and the feature is first thoughtfully tested before rolling out to all our users on the platform.
LinkedIn already offers AI tools for content generation. Earlier, it launched a generative AI tool for ad copy suggestions. The AI-powered tool helps users create intro text and headlines for ads based on data collected from the platform.
It also gave advertisers the option to edit the content created to ensure it aligned with their brand image and language.
The feature has been launched as a pilot in North America in English, and the company plans to expand its availability, functionality and languages in the coming months.