Job-site operator JobKorea has integrated an AI-powered self-introduction evaluation tool to verify the “sincerity and ethics” of job-seekers.
The tool, Prism, developed by AI recruitment and plagiarism-detection company Muhayu, can review self-introduction letters and compare their content with its database of resumes and applications to highlight plagiarized sentences, according to a Muhayu news release.
Job Korea’s member employers and recruiters can use the tool for free for three months to “verify the ethics and sincerity of applicants with Prism’s plagiarism check function,” it said.
Muhayu entered the rectech field in 2018, 11 years after its foundation. It also operates an online interview analysis service, Monster. According to the company, Prism is capable of analyzing 100,000 self-introduction letters in four hours, and analyzed 1.2 million such letters in a year.
Based in South Korea and backed by Seek Asia, JobKorea runs eponymous recruitment marketplace JobKorea.co.kr, part-time job marketplace Albamon.com and niche job site GameJob.co.kr.
Its main rival SaraminHR, which runs recruitment marketplace Saramin and freelance-job site Gig.Saramin.co.kr, recently introduced a career certification function for job-seekers to obtain clearance badges after going through the online verification process.
According to SimilarWeb, Saramin.co.kr and JobKorea.co.kr saw an average of 11.2 million and 8.6 million monthly visits, respectively, during the three months to February.