Of Bing Chat, ChatGPT Bing plugin, Google BARD, and Google SGE (I’m on the waiting list), my favorite so far is the ChatGPT Bing plugin. It seems best at digesting website content.
(That said, I do not think anyone has come up with even a design of a workable combination of web search and AI-generated content. Sites plainly put both on the same page: Bing, in two different tabs, BARD, with an added link “search Google,” and Google SGE, with a featured snippet-like summary above the search results).
I have asked the first three to generate a FAQ for https://sourcingcertification.com (which we are in need of for the redesigned site).
- Bing Chat refused, you know, “As an AI program…” However, I asked the very same question again, and it did respond (a good lesson here). Its answers are the shortest and include links to the sources. It is not easy to make Bing write up longer descriptions.
- ChatGPT Bing plugin created a nice FAQ with included links. At a close examination though the links all pointed to the site, not to the content described. Too bad. Bing Chat is better at including links.
- BARD initially created a FAQ that was answering questions but also asked them! I had to tell it to explain. BARD is quite verbose; its output would be too long for a site, I think.
Neither BARD nor Google SGE tells you where they got the information from. I think it is a downside.
Q: What is SourcingCertification.com? A: SourcingCertification.com provides top-tier sourcing training, evaluation, and credentialing services for talent professionals worldwide1.
Q: What kind of training does SourcingCertification.com offer? A: They offer a variety of training options including a Diversity Sourcing Program, custom training solutions for teams, and a training library with recordings, eBooks, and more1.
Q: What certifications does SourcingCertification.com offer? A: One of the certifications they offer is the Certified People Sourcing Professional (CPSP) credential. It is granted to those who demonstrate proficiency in six core sourcing skill domains by passing the CPSP Exam2.
ChatGPT Bing plugin:
Q1: What is SourcingCertification.com?
A: SourcingCertification.com is a platform that provides training, evaluation, and credentialing services for talent professionals worldwide. They offer a series of training courses and eBooks, certification exams, and custom training solutions.
Q2: Who is behind SourcingCertification.com?
A: The platform was founded by Irina Shamaeva, a Partner and Lead Sourcer at Brain Gain Recruiting. The team also includes David Galley, who serves as the Director of Training Programs.
Q3: What resources does SourcingCertification.com offer?
A: SourcingCertification.com provides a range of resources, including a Training Library, Certification Exams, and Custom Training. They also offer a guide to sourcing on GitHub and a book on Google’s Programmable Search Engines. Additionally, the platform features the Boolean Strings Blog, a resource for recruiters and those interested in Open Source Intelligence (OSINT).
Q4: What is the Certified People Sourcing Professional (CPSP) credential?
A: The CPSP is an international industry standard credential that demonstrates sourcing proficiency. SourcingCertification.com offers exams for this certification.
Q5: How can I get custom training from SourcingCertification.com?
A: SourcingCertification.com offers custom training solutions for teams of all sizes. If you don’t see what you need on their site, they can build a training program specifically tailored to your needs.
Q6: What is the Boolean Strings Network?
A: The Boolean Strings Network is a community on Facebook where Sourcers, Recruiters, Researchers, Talent Acquisition Professionals, and OSINT people can share their experiences, challenges, and successes. It is linked from the SourcingCertification.com site.
Please note that for specific or more detailed questions, it’s best to directly contact the team at SourcingCertification.com or visit their website.
What is Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting?
Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting is a leading provider of sourcing training and certification for recruiters, sourcers, and talent acquisition professionals. Our training programs are designed to help you develop the skills and knowledge you need to find and engage top talent, regardless of their location.
What are the benefits of getting certified?
There are many benefits to getting certified in sourcing. Certification demonstrates your commitment to professional development and your expertise in the field. It can also help you advance your career, earn a higher salary, and gain access to new opportunities.
What are the different types of certifications offered?
Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting offers a variety of certifications, including:
- Certified People Sourcing Professional (CPSP): This certification is designed for professionals who are new to sourcing or who want to advance their skills.
- Certified Diversity Sourcing Professional (CDSP): This certification is designed for professionals who want to learn how to source diverse talent.
- Certified Sourcing Professional (CSP): This certification is designed for experienced sourcers who want to demonstrate their expertise.
To get certified, you must complete a training program and pass an exam. The training programs offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting are available online and in person. The exams are administered by a third-party vendor.
How much does it cost to get certified?
The cost of getting certified varies depending on the type of certification you choose. The cost of the training programs offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting ranges from $1,995 to $3,995. The cost of the exams ranges from $200 to $300.
What are the next steps?
If you are interested in getting certified, the next step is to visit the Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting website and learn more about our training programs and certifications. You can also contact us to speak with a member of our team.
Here are some additional questions that you may have:
- What are the prerequisites for the training programs?
- What are the learning outcomes of the training programs?
- What is the format of the exams?
- What is the pass rate for the exams?
- What are the recertification requirements?
We encourage you to visit our website or contact us to learn more about our sourcing training and certification programs. We look forward to helping you advance your career and become a certified sourcing professional!
So I had to ask BARD to give the answer to the question is had posed.
There are no prerequisites for the training programs offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting. However, some experience in sourcing or recruiting is helpful.
What are the learning outcomes of the training programs?
The learning outcomes of the training programs offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting vary depending on the type of certification you choose. However, all of our training programs will teach you the following:
- How to identify and find passive candidates
- How to use social media to source candidates
- How to build relationships with candidates
- How to assess candidates’ skills and qualifications
- How to present candidates to hiring managers
The exams offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting are multiple-choice exams. The exams are designed to test your knowledge of the material covered in the training programs.
What is the pass rate for the exams?
The pass rate for the exams offered by Sourcing Certifications & Training by Brain Gain Recruiting is 80%.
What are the recertification requirements?
To maintain your certification, you must complete a recertification program every three years. The recertification program includes a combination of online learning and a hands-on assessment.
We hope this information is helpful. Please contact us if you have any further questions.
None of the outputs is perfect. But we see that AI can scan whole (perhaps smaller) sites, not just summarize a page. In my example, none of the players hallucinated; that is cool compared to earlier tests.
ChatGPT and Grammarly combined can improve the language of the outcome. Generally, running your project (any project) through more than one AI platform can be powerful.