This new startup company uses an AI program to help job seekers improve their resume and land a new job

Resumes mean everything when attempting to land an interview for a new job, and potential employees can spend hours slaving away on theirs to only have it turned down. This motivated former Google employees Richard Liu and Yunkai Zhou to create a startup company called Leap.ai where it uses an AI program to match job seekers to jobs.

The program works by having the job seeker upload their completed resume to the startup's website. Leap.ai examines the resume, pointing out what sections the job seeker can improve and what other details they should include. Following these improvements the resume gets submitted to the program's job database where it scans particular job openings that best suit the job seeker's overall qualities and their preferences of how they like to work.

In the future, Liu hopes to add a human adviser role to the program for job seekers who can't seem to land a position through Leap.ai.

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Resumes mean everything when attempting to land an interview for a new job, and potential employees can spend hours slaving away on theirs to only have it turned down. This motivated former Google employees Richard Liu and Yunkai Zhou to create a startup company called Leap.ai where it uses an AI program to match job seekers to jobs.

The program works by having the job seeker upload their completed resume to the startup's website. Leap.ai examines the resume, pointing out what sections the job seeker can improve and what other details they should include. Following these improvements the resume gets submitted to the program's job database where it scans particular job openings that best suit the job seeker's overall qualities and their preferences of how they like to work.