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Irish company involved in first ever AI driven job-match tool

Written by Robert McHugh, on 26th Jun 2018. Posted in Technology

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Innovative inclusive employment career website, Vercida, has announced a partnership with Irish data science firm, Opening.io, to provide a world-first job-matching service using artificial intelligence (AI).
 
Vercida will be integrating Opening.io’s artificial intelligence technology into their career website and using intuitive searching to help people find work that suits their skills and profile. The groundbreaking system allows candidates to directly upload their CV to the Vercida site, then see suitable vacancies seamlessly matched to them.
 
Speaking this week, CEO and Founder of Vercida, Morgan Lobb said, "We’re convinced that this global-first service will bring huge value and opportunities for our jobseekers. The technology is innovative, and the goal is brilliant - we want to match people with great jobs that allow them to be successful and well. Harnessing data science is an important next step for us in providing practical, useable and intelligent services for employers and jobseekers alike."

Co-founder and Chief Executive of Opening.io, Andreea Wade said, "It’s important to us that our first project with a job board is one that so enthusiastically promotes diversity and inclusion. We have been very involved in promoting opportunities for all groups of society, so the topic and goal is very close to where we are as a company."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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