Talent intelligence platform SeekOut launched new generative AI technology based on OpenAI’s GPT. Called SeekOut Assist, the tool allows recruiting teams to quickly move from a job description to initial contact with candidates, the company said. According to SeekOut, the product works with recruiters to quickly surface qualified candidates. When recruiters paste a job description into the system, it generates a list of the most qualified candidates for the role.

Cornerstone OnDemand unveiled what it calls the industry’s first holistic career growth, mobility and talent marketplace. Available through the company’s Talent Experience Platform, Opportunity Marketplace combines AI with the principles of human-centered design. The goal is to unlock new possibilities for employees while helping organizations improve engagement, retention, workforce agility and internal mobility, the company said.

Phenom released new products and features at last week’s IAMPHENOM conference, including tools to improve talent acquisition’s efficiency, monitor and manage the skills-related needs of both employees and managers, and leverage AI to automate content creation and eliminate a number of tasks normally shouldered by users throughout the talent acquisition process.

Eightfold AI said it’s integrating recent versions of generative AI large language models in order to create two role-specific Talent Intelligence Copilots. On top of that, Eightfold’s Talent Insights will reflect the changing skills and roles created by generative AI in the labor market. Eightfold said that with the changes, the Talent Intelligence Platform will offer greater assistance for both employees and recruiters, increasing both effectiveness and productivity.

Talent acquisition software company Radancy acquired Ascendify, a cloud-based talent engagement software platform. According to the company, the acquisition enhances Radancy’s suite of solutions focused on helping enterprises find the talent they need to strengthen their business.

HireRight appointed Venkat Bhamidipati to its board of directors. In addition, the company said he will serve on the audit committee.

By Mark Feffer

Mark Feffer is executive editor of RecruitingDaily and the HCM Technology Report. He’s written for TechTarget, HR Magazine, SHRM, Dice Insights, TLNT.com and TalentCulture, as well as Dow Jones, Bloomberg and Staffing Industry Analysts. He likes schnauzers, sailing and Kentucky-distilled beverages.


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