Twitter is looking for a Software Engineer – NLP Arabic in San Francisco, CA. According to the post, “Twitter is looking for engineers who are passionate about delivering a great user experience to our Arabic speaking users. Based in Twitter’s San Francisco HQ, you will work closely with our product management team, interaction designers and localization specialists on bringing new infrastructure or product features to our Arabic speaking markets. Potential projects includes overhauling our Arabic language tokenization, Right-to-Left language support for Android, iOS and Web clients, and precision improvements on Arabic Trending topics. You will also work on other Right-to-left languages including Urdu, Farsi, and Hebrew.” Read more
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Teradata is looking for a Data Scientist – Text Analytics in San Diego, CA. According to the post, “Teradata Aster is seeking experienced individuals with demonstrated capability in the applied analytic and/or data science space. Proficiency in data manipulation, analytic algorithms, advanced math, and/or statistical modeling is required and application development experience a plus. We are looking for exceptional individuals to join our Professional Services team as an Analytic Data Scientists. This client-facing role will be engaged in the design and deployment of solutions. The key requirement is demonstrated capability in applied analytics, with MapReduce and database experience being preferred.” Read more
Walt Disney Studios is looking to fill a Business Intelligence and Analytics Graduate PhD Internship in Burbank, CA, this summer. According to the post, “The main focus will be to perform social media monitoring and develop actionable insights for the theatrical team. The theatrical analytics team partners with technology teams and other analytical leaders to develop predictive models, metrics, insights, and related intellectual property that can be forged into business recommendations with the intent to influence decisions prior to a film’s box office release. By receiving access early to the social buzz surrounding pre-released movies, this team will be able to guide our leaders to make more informed decisions leading to increased sales in the consumer marketplace.” The intern will “Focus on the algorithmic evaluation of everything in the social networking domain. Work directly with the business teams to solve hard problems by leveraging statistics and techniques, including design of experiments, AB testing, machine learning, importance sampling, natural language processing, etc.” Read more
IBM is looking for a Watson NLP Algorithms Developer in Austin, TX. According to the post, “IBM is hiring software engineers into the Watson Solutions team which is responsible for building and extending the Watson technology into new market segments. You will join the team of professionals who are applying this exciting, ground-breaking natural language processing and machine learning technology to some of the most complex and demanding challenges faced by humanity. The commercial Watson platform is based on technology created by IBM Research and is an offering which is very different from most common software/hardware platforms in that it involves an uncommon and complex system of systems.” Read more
Yummly is looking for a Research Engineer/Scientist in Redwood City, CA. The post states, “Yummly is looking for a Research Engineer who is passionate about data. You will use techniques from machine learning, data mining, natural language processing, information retrieval, recommender systems, and computer vision to help us build systems that: Induce structured semantic representations of recipes from web pages, text, etc., including information that was not explicitly stated. Enable semantic search over these recipe representations. Recommend relevant recipes to a user based on their tastes and context.” Read more
A new semantic start-up, Careerimp is looking for a Software Development Engineer in Pittsburgh, PA: “We code in Ruby on Rails and jQuery. Let it be known: we are not dabblers. We expect you to have a very strong foundation in programming and several projects behind you in developing web software. You should be someone who hates bugs to be found in your code, so you test it like crazy before deploying it. You style your own features with a usability designer’s assistance so you ought to have a good eye for aesthetics. You think in graphs and algorithms, and are not afraid of complexity. You are bubbling with feature ideas. You are disciplined in development and can bring some of that into our development culture.
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