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Beamery announces TalentGPT, a generative AI for HR

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March 27, 2023
By Talent Canada

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Beamery, a company specializing in talent lifecycle management, has announced the launch of TalentGPT.

It calls it “the world’s first generative AI for HR technology, which delivers personalized experiences for managers, recruiters, candidates and employees.”

TalentGPT will offer a single assistant that leverages both Beamery’s proprietary AI, as well as OpenAI’s GPT-4 and other leading Large Language Models (LLMs). This unique combination allows TalentGPT to deeply personalize the insights and recommendations provided to the user and generate content that adapts to changing customer information and requirements in real time, it said in a press release.

“For example, TalentGPT will not only generate new job descriptions, but make them highly relevant to the skills that organizations’ lack, and the capabilities that make high performers successful. It will not just generate email templates to send, but contextualize them to the exact candidate audience employers are trying to reach,” it said. “It will not only provide career recommendations to employees – it will also guide them based on the skills they have today, and where they need to develop to find their next promotion.”


TalentGPT is a proprietary AI technology developed by Beamery over the past three years. It is built on top of the Beamery Talent Graph – which tracks over 17 billion data points about candidates, companies, skills and jobs – and augments the company’s bias-audited AI models with generative AI from pre-trained LLMs.

“We are not just incorporating TalentGPT into all of our products – this new technology is enabling us to radically simplify and redesign all of our user experiences,” said Sultan Saidov, co-founder and President of Beamery. “It is hard to overstate how much these advances in AI technology are improving the interactions we can provide to our users, and how much time we can save people in achieving complex tasks.”

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