LINGUIST List 21.1484|
Sat Mar 27 2010
Jobs: Lexical Resources & Ontologies: Researcher, North Side Inc.
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English & Lexical Resources & Ontologies: Researcher, North Side Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Message 1: English & Lexical Resources & Ontologies: Researcher, North Side Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
From: Eugene Joseph <eugenenorthsideinc.com>
Subject: English & Lexical Resources & Ontologies: Researcher, North Side Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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University or Organization: North Side Inc.
Job Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Web Address: http://www.botcolony.com
Job Rank: Researcher
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; Lexical resources & Ontologies
Required Language(s): English (eng)
Our company, North Side Inc., is developing the Bot Colony video game. Bot
Colony is the first conversation game ever. Please Google and watch Bot
Colony trailer and tech-demo.
Our company is developing a natural language dialogue pipeline that
includes parsing, disambiguation and co-reference resolution, reasoning and
We have an opening for a Computational Linguist in our Montreal facility:
- Computational Linguistics background (M.Sc. or Ph.D.)
- Strong Java skills
- Object-oriented databases (or minimally good SQL experience)
- Experience with ontologies and axiomatization of ontological concept
- Experience in disambiguation
- Experience working with corpora
- Experience in building and managing lexical resources
- Good general understanding of syntax, semantics and pragmatics issues and
a good knowledge of English grammar
Email Address for Applications: eugenenorthsideinc.com
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