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Artificial intelligence will help Kazakhstanis find work

The electronic labor exchange has introduced a new initiative aimed at helping job seekers and employers find suitable vacancies and candidates.

An artificial intelligence model has been introduced to make recommendations for vacancies and resumes. The AI ​​model was developed on the basis of information systems of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Population of the Republic of Kazakhstan; it uses an advanced architecture similar to the LinkedIn Recruiter system. The basis of the functionality of the AI ​​model is natural language processing mechanisms, which ensures effective analysis of the content of resumes and vacancies, Alfa.kz reports .

The AI ​​model provides employers with the ability to quickly and accurately find suitable candidates to hire and build a talent pool. Job seekers are provided with a faster search for suitable vacancies and prospects for continuing their career.

A special feature of the AI ​​model is the ability to analyze the content of a resume, which makes it possible to recommend the most suitable options for vacancies and career growth, taking into account various parameters, such as salary level, region of residence, relocation opportunities, skills, etc. This provides more accurate and personalized recommendations for both parties - both employers and job seekers.



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