Simplify looks to AI to help with job searches and applications

It was a big part of the University’s brand. Its ads boasted of the number of graduates who had jobs. Open days presentations had to have a slide with smiling alumni and company logos. Course budgets had a line for “employability”. It worked. Students wanted jobs. And they wanted help getting them. Of course the University knew its human academics were often out of touch. If they’d ever worked in industry it was a long time ago. So they brought in help for every student. As the ads proudly said: “Come to the University with the best personal careers programmes.”