Very excited to announce that Tarquin Clark will share how Google Cloud Job Discovery works to improve the job search experience and hiring process at Europe’s largest gathering of job board leaders. This is an event I’ve been heavily involved with this year and can highly recommend to all job board owners.
Jobg8, a Global Job Board network, announced today that Google will be presenting how their Cloud Job Discovery product leverages machine learning to improve job search and discovery at the 6th annual Job Board Summit – Europe (hosted by Jobg8), taking place at St Paul’s, London on 9-10 November 2017.
Google Cloud Job Discovery, formerly Cloud Jobs API, officially entered “beta” last week with support for over 100 languages. Launched in November 2016, the API has been tested with more than 3,000 company career sites and job boards.
“Job boards play an important role connecting job seekers with jobs and helping companies meet their hiring needs. Results from our early adopter program are compelling and we’re excited to expose the service so job boards can benefit from machine learning – the next wave in computing – with little more input than job seeker queries and jobs.,” said Tarquin Clark, Group Manager of Cloud Job Discovery at Google.
“There has been a great deal of anticipation from Job Boards about the impact that Google will have on the industry. We’re delighted that Tarquin from Google will be joining us at The Job Board Summit Europe this November to share what they have been working on,” said Louise Grant, CEO of Jobg8.
The Job Board Summit Europe brings together more than 200 professionals to the heart of London and delivers insights from keynote speakers from the likes of LinkedIn, Stack Overflow and Uber, who explore key industry trends and experiences. The Summit is designed for all job board professionals to participate in thought-provoking discussions and debates that are important to their business. Tarquin Clark from Google Cloud Job Discovery is the final keynote speaker to be confirmed.
Ther are a limited number of tickets remaining, so don’t miss out on this year’s Summit.