With the introduction of RecruitGPT anyone can find their next hire now, on complete autopilot.
RecruitGPT has been gaining traction among recruiters and non-recruiters. With the introduction of RecruitGPT anyone can find their next hire now, completely automated.
Where alternatives like LinkedIn Recruiter work based on filters and complex boolean strings, RecruitGPT can generate searches and shortlists based on a chat based interface where you can just tell it who you’re looking for.
At the core of RecruitGPT’s technology is a Large Language Model (LLM) that has been trained to understand and generate human-like text. This technology allows it to analyze and interpret vast amounts of data-rich candidate profiles and generate meaningful content in response.
Examples of Large Language Models (LLMs) are OpenAI's GPT and Google's LaMDA + Bard, and they are not only revolutionizing the recruitment industry but any industry.
But why the recruitment industry is specifically interesting is that it is naturally language driven.
Crafting job descriptions, keyword searches, interpreting candidate profiles and communication with candidates are all completely language driven and will now never be the same with LLMs.
There’s a shift from having to detail out what you want with filters and adding a lot of details, to getting what you want instantly based on minimal input.
RecruitGPT just launched and is now being used by thousands of recruiters, hiring managers and even people who have nothing to do with recruitment or hiring.
This is what it looks like:
RecruitGPT is now available globally for anyone who wants to find the best talent on complete autopilot, from recruiter to hiring manager to team members eager to find their next colleague.
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