Facebook’s artificial intelligence will be used to guide Australians towards jobs that are closer to home, a technology that has become a major concern for those on low incomes.
News.co.uk reports that the company has been working with the Australian Government on the project, which will include helping Australians apply for jobs, to make sure they can do so.
Facebook said the system would be used in conjunction with its Australian job board.
The AI will be able to answer questions such as: “Can you describe yourself as a worker?” and “How long have you worked at Facebook?”.
It will also be able answer questions about job qualifications and qualifications such as “What is your experience with software development?”
News.au has contacted Facebook for comment.
News Corp, which owns Facebook, has previously said that artificial intelligence would help the social media company to better manage its users.
The company has also stated that it will provide “special services to employers, employers to employ AI technology, employers with AI technology and employers with people.”
News Corp is also a partner with AI company The University of Sydney, which has created a project called “Ableton”.
News Corp and Facebook have also partnered with a group called the Future of Jobs, which is attempting to develop a system for helping people find work.
This project, the Future Of Jobs, is aiming to make it easier for employers to get people to work.