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LINGUIST List 22.4652

Mon Nov 21 2011

Internships: Comp Ling, NLP: Intern, Microsoft, Dublin, Ireland

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        1.     Colin Laird , Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing: Intern, Microsoft, Dublin, Ireland

Message 1: Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing: Intern, Microsoft, Dublin, Ireland
Date: 21-Nov-2011
From: Colin Laird <colinlamicrosoft.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing: Intern, Microsoft, Dublin, Ireland
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University or Organization: Microsoft
Department: Language Technology Team
Web Address: http://www.microsoft.com/en/ie/default.aspx

Type of Work: Nlp

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Internship Location: Dublin, Ireland
Minimum Education Level: No Minimum
Special Qualifications: Requirements:
Current student of linguistics, computational linguistics or computer science which includes natural language processing;
Good communication skills are a must, both written and verbal; Good programming skills.
Some knowledge of any of the following languages: C#, Java, Visual Basic.Net or C++;
Fluency of a foreign language would be advantageous but not essential.

To apply please send your CV and Cover Letter to the application email address below.

Would you like the opportunity to contribute to Microsoft Natural Language technology development?
Are you interested in Natural Language Processing and Computational Linguistics?
Do you know what an agglutinative language is and how it differs from other languages?
If so, we might just have the position for you.

The Language Technology Team (LTT) is a member of Information Worker division of Microsoft responsible for
providing Proofing Tools to several Microsoft applications including Microsoft Office.

Our team is looking for a person that will help to evaluate the specifications of proofing tools, conduct linguistic tests
on newly created proofing tools and support vendors creating these tools. If you have a passion for language and
technology, this is an ideal opportunity to gain experience in the world of computational linguistics.

We also have a position available in Office Online focused on language technology integration in the global content
delivery and translation process. Here we look at machine translation & post-editing, multilingual search, controlled
language and translation memory.

Review Linguistic documents\specifications for Spellers, Grammar Checkers, Thesauri and Hyphenators;
Work alongside linguistic vendors and Natural Language Group in US to determine the quality of the Proofing Tools;
Support vendors with linguistic issues/linguistic tool support and drive issues to resolution;
Look to improve linguistic processes within the project; Work on Machine translation, translation memory and
controlled language integration, validation and testing;
Conduct research and pilots into novel uses of language technology in translation and develop prototype
tools and solutions

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Contact Information:
Colin Laird
Email: internjbmicrosoft.com

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