Posts Tagged ‘Yorktown Heights’

Semantic Technology Jobs: IBM

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IBM is looking for a Watson Research Staff Member in Yorktown Heights, NY. According to the post, “Candidates sought in the areas of Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Search. Specific areas of interest include: Information Extraction, Machine Translation, Machine Learning, Question Answering, Text Summarization, NLP Infrastructure and Tools Development, Text Understanding and Generation, Cross-Lingual Search, and Text Categorization. Candidates with a PhD in Computer Science, Engineering or related areas are preferred.” Read more

Semantic Technology Jobs: IBM

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IBM is searching for a Research Software Engineer in Yorktown, NY. According to the post, “This candidate will work on IBM’s cognitive computing effort and help shape the face of the next generation of computing machines. Ideal candidate will have proven analytical abilities and demonstrated programming skills (C++, Java). Background in machine learning, mathematics, machine translation, or natural language processing is preferred. Experience with web technologies, cloud computing, and service oriented architectures a plus. Candidates with a Master’s degree in Computer Science or related area are preferred.” Read more

Semantic Web Jobs: IBM

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IBM is looking for a Research Staff Scientist in Yorktown Heights, NY. According to the post, this position will “Conduct research and develop innovative technologies in the areas of Data Management, Semantic Web, Knowledge Representation and Natural Language Processing towards the development of the Watson Question-Answering system. Design and implement novel algorithms and research prototypes. Publish results as scientific articles and patent applications. Lead or take part in software projects and transform research technology into products. Lead or take part in customer engagements. Build a RDF database system on top of relational databases utilizing query optimization, relational database optimizations. Enrich enterprise databases with new information utilizing semantic integration technologies.” Read more