By Andrew Akesson, Venn
At Google’s annual I/O conference the search giant announced that it will be launching Google for Jobs, an initiative aimed to ease the friction job seekers currently have as they scour the web for their next role.
By harnessing machine learning, Google for Jobs will enhance the user experience of job seekers by providing them with more relevant results, estimations of commute time and better filtering functionality—all without leaving the search engine.
However, as Dan Shure demonstrated, three weeks before I/O happened, Google have already had this in live user testing.
The most startling part