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Mon Nov 6 2000

Jobs: Advanced Research at NavLex (Intel/L&H), MA USA

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Message 1: Advanced Research at NavLex (Intel/L&H), MA, USA

Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 14:12:59 -0500
From: bulicny <bulicnylhsl.com>
Subject: Advanced Research at NavLex (Intel/L&H), MA, USA


Advanced Research Positions at NavLex Corporation

NavLex, a joint venture between Intel Corporation and speech-and-language
technologists Lernout & Hauspie, is developing the next generation of
interactive e-business solutions. We need high-powered technologists in
many fields who can identify great ideas in academic papers and help turn
them into a real-world solution on the Web, on your cell phone, in your
car, and in your appliances. Among the fields that we are seeking
expertise in are:

 Machine Learning
 Data Mining
 Information Extraction and Information Retrieval
 Agent Technologies
 Wireless Technologies
 Statistical Natural Language Processing
 OLAP Tools and Database Summarization
 Natural Language Interfaces to Databases
 Dialogue Systems and Robust Semantic Interpretation
 Intelligent Data Structuring, Querying and Transformation
 Recommendation Systems
 Adaptive User Interfaces
 Wrapper Induction
 Electronic Signatures and Cryptography


Requirements:

Advanced degree in a relevant field and a proven track record in applied
research and development.

Strong sense of rigorous methodology, self-organization and dedication.

Experience with standard software packages.

Ability to work as the research lead in a development team.

Good social and communicative abilities for reporting and presenting.

The ability to think creatively, non-dogmatically and independently in
identifying workable solutions to real problems.

Location: Bedford, MA.

Duration & starting time: Full-time positions. To begin immediately.

Send a CV with contact information to: jobsnavlex.com with the subject
line: Research
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