Posts Tagged ‘semantic tech jobs’

Semantic Technology Jobs: Booz Allen

Booz Allen is looking for a Senior Data Scientist Rockville, MD. According to the post, this position will “Leverage parallel processing technologies, including Hadoop, Accumulo, HBase, and Storm to implement data warehousing, real-time ingest, and query and analytic systems for healthcare data. Research, identify, and deploy advanced data Cloud systems. Design and implement parallel algorithms to derive client value from data… Integrating the full range of consulting capabilities, Booz Allen is the one firm that helps clients solve their toughest problems, working by their side to help them achieve their missions. Booz Allen is committed to delivering results that endure.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: IBM

IBM is searching for an IBM Watson NLP Algorithms Developer in Austin, TX. The post states, “Ready to change the way the world works? This is your chance to develop innovative new technology products, as well as your career, with the world’s second largest software-maker. Hone your expertise alongside fellow talented professionals, where you’ll develop some of the most exciting software solutions on the market. At IBM, we’re strongly committed to the advancement of open Internet standards and applications as well. As an IBM Software Developer, you’ll use the latest tools and technologies available to deliver state-of-the-art software. You’ll be responsible for ensuring that company software components are expertly designed, tested, debugged, verified, and ready for integration into IBM’s best-of-breed solutions that help organizations improve their business outcomes in the global marketplace.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: Nuance

Nuance Technologies is looking for a Natural Language Processing Research Engineer in Cambridge, MA. The post states, “As a member of the NLP Research group, the candidate will help develop exciting natural language applications for consumer devices. The main focus of this position will be the development of modeling technologies for a statistical natural language understanding system. The aim is to provide results which reflect a deep understanding of the intent and which support a useful, conversational interaction with an increasingly intelligent backend.” Read more