FutureFit AI, a New York-based online technology training company, has recently unveiled the beta version of its AI-powered career assistant, ‘Career Copilot, designed to connect candidates with guidance, training programmes, and jobs. Intelligent profiling, motivational support, labour market data, workflow automation, and customer adaptation are all part of Career Copilot. According to the company, it supports users in over 50 languages.
The product provides personalized career guidance tailored to specific industries, geography or use cases, allowing users to explore career paths, discover skills training and search for open roles. Career Copilot aims to help enhance employee engagement and mobility for current employees while driving better hiring outcomes. In addition, FutureFit hopes to reconcile the labour market’s current challenges using AI to “accelerate new paths to emerging opportunities.”
In a statement from FutureFit, Marguerite Samms, Chief Learning Officer at Intermountain Health, talked about the initiative:
One of the most significant challenges our employees face is discovering their passion, potential and career pathway. We must better connect talent with opportunities and support to build an effective workforce ecosystem.
During the beta period, FutureFit is partnering with government agencies. In addition, the company is collaborating with employers to improve career mobility throughout the employee lifecycle. According to the company, Career Copilot represents “an opportunity for state and local workforce agencies to reimagine service delivery through the power of an AI career assistant that has the potential to increase reach, accessibility, and labour market outcomes.”
FutureFit AI works with Fortune 500 companies, governments, and workforce development organizations to provide workers with an AI-powered career navigation tool. The platform identifies an individual’s skills, recommends possible career paths, and creates a personalized learning roadmap, support resources, and coaching to drive successful outcomes using over 350 million global talent profiles, live labour market information and projections, and proprietary machine learning algorithms. The firm raised $4.5 million in its first funding round at the end of 2021, co-led by JPMorgan Chase and Acumen America.