LINGUIST List 12.175

Tue Jan 23 2001

Jobs: Dialog Modeling Engineer at Inzigo, USA/Canada

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  1. Pervez Siddiqui, NLP: Senior Dialog Modeling Engineer at Inzigo Research, USA/Canada

Message 1: NLP: Senior Dialog Modeling Engineer at Inzigo Research, USA/Canada

Date: 23 Jan 2001 06:00:36 -0000
From: Pervez Siddiqui <>
Subject: NLP: Senior Dialog Modeling Engineer at Inzigo Research, USA/Canada

Rank of Job: Senior
Areas Required: Senior Dialog Modeling Engineer
Other Desired Areas: 
University or Organization: Inzigo Research
Department: Natural Language Processing - Research
State or Province: New York City, New York or Montreal, Quebec 
Country: United States or Canada
Final Date of Application: rolling
Contact: Pervez Siddiqui

Address for Applications:
4270 St. Laurent Boulevard - Suite 300
Quebec H2W 1Z3

Senior Position in Dialog Modeling 
at Inzigo Research

Join a young, dynamic, expanding team working with spoken language
systems and help us design the dialog systems of tomorrow! inzigo
aims at becoming the leading supplier of spoken dialog systems, moving
far beyond IVR and scripted dialogs and into the world of intelligent
communicative agents capable of truly mixed-initiative dialog.

inzigo has already managed to create an impressive set of language-
processing and application-development tools, which allow creating new
spoken-language applications very rapidly.

inzigo uses cutting-edge speech and natural-language technology,
deployed in an innovative software architecture.

You should have:

A PhD or equivalent in computer science, (computational) linguistics,
cognitive science, or some interesting mixture thereof.

Practical experience in building dialog systems.

The ability to work effectively in the UNIX and/or NT environments.

An endearing personality and a good sense of humor.

inzigo has offices in New York City and Montreal and offers
competitive compensation packages and an amazing working environment.

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