Posts Tagged ‘MIT Lincoln Laboratory’

Semantic Technology Jobs: MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln LaboratoryThe MIT Lincoln Laboratory is looking for an Assistant Algorithm Developer in Lexington, MA. The post states, “An engineer, computer scientist, or mathematician is needed to assist the development and testing of algorithms and models for a variety of projects in video analytics, text analysis, and serious game development. Candidates will prepare potentially multi-source data sets for exploitation by an algorithm, will implement and test the algorithm, and will document the performance of the algorithm. Training in machine intelligence, signal processing, statistics, numerical methods, text analytics and software development is desired.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is looking for a Computational Linguist in Cambridge, MA. According to the post, “The Human Language Technology Group is engaged in a wide range of information processing projects focusing on speech and language processing, text processing, and biometrics… The selected candidate will be the lead developer of acoustic and language models for ASR-systems in multiple languages. Selectees will be building models using MIT/LL’s existing ASR engines and will be adding NLP and text pre/post-processing modules to improve keyword search and language model performance.” Read more

MIT Lincoln Laboratory Wins R&D 100 Award for Structured Knowledge Space Software

Dorothy Ryan of the MIT Lincoln Laboratory reports, “Two technologies developed at MIT Lincoln Laboratory were among the 2013 choices for prestigious R&D 100 Awards. The Photoacoustic Sensing of Explosives system detects and discriminates trace amounts of explosives from significant standoff distances. The Structured Knowledge Space software and information system enables analysts to mine the vast store of intelligence reports available to government decision makers.” Read more