LinkedIn Opts To Use AI Assistance To Expand On Its Content Through A Program Called Collaborative Articles

LinkedIn has opted to start using AI for content expansion and it's planning on doing this via a new initiative that’s dubbed Collaborative Articles.

The whole idea behind it has to do with calling on some particular users that it feels carry the right skills and input. As mentioned by the social media giant, such articles start as great conversation starters that are powered by AI. Moreover, they’re created with assistance from its editorial team.

After that, every article is matched using the app’s Skills Graph to the right number of skilled experts that can provide lessons, advice, and anecdotes depending on what professional experience they have. This is the point in time when the real magic happens.

Professionals are now sharing real advice by putting forward their insights on work queries that we’re dealing with on a usual basis. Remember, beginning a chat is always a tougher step than joining right into one. Therefore, such collaborations make it so much simpler for experts to unite and go ahead with better ideas. And that is how knowledge is shared and created.

As can be witnessed by the example put forward by LinkedIn, such ventures would be showcased in the app’s feed. This would entail notes on the exact figures of members that put ahead their contributions. You can then witness contributor elements that are showcased in a particular article.

Similarly, there are buttons to include perspectives for pieces designed through AI technology.

The app really hopes this would encourage so many more of its members to get greater exposure to the skills and experience they require on the platform. Similarly, it would assist them in adding more connections and followers on the platform.

To further enable this, the app is adding a new badge called Community Top Voice for key designated areas linked to Collaborative Articles. This provides more information and incentives to professionals for their respective contributions in terms of advice and experience. Such badges also have a validity of just two months and members would be required to continue contributing to such endeavors so they retain recognition.

This is definitely an incentive that is worthwhile and you can only think how such moves would ensure members keep on adding their respective input to as many collaborations as they need or want.

Today, AI tools are putting in the right prompts and really designing articles that are low maintenance and allow for better app engagement. As it is, the latter is already getting so many highs each quarter.

LinkedIn’s parent company which is software giant Microsoft, claims it’s going full throttle in terms of generative AI. The goal is to design advances to such searches and attract huge interest while enabling big integrations for ChatGPT. It similarly sparks more usage options on other tools.

All of this really does make sense how the app hopes to get into the same line and with time, it might be the first of so many different integrations that are powered using AI technology in the future.

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