LINGUIST List 13.948

Sun Apr 7 2002

Jobs: Computational Ling: Senior Staff, London UK

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  1. David M.Horowitz, Computational Ling: Language Modelling for Vox Generation Ltd, UK

Message 1: Computational Ling: Language Modelling for Vox Generation Ltd, UK

Date: 3 Apr 2002 15:37:44 -0000
From: David M.Horowitz <dhorowitzvoxgeneration.com>
Subject: Computational Ling: Language Modelling for Vox Generation Ltd, UK


Rank of Job: Senior or Staff
Areas Required: Senior or Staff Scientist in Language Modelling
Other Desired Areas: Natural Language Processing
University or Organization: Vox Generation Ltd
Department: Speech and Language Sciences and Engineering
State or Province: London
Country: United Kingdom
Final Date of Application: July 1, 2002
Contact: David M. Horowitz dhorowitzvoxgeneration.com

Address for Applications:
The Strand
London
 Wc2N 4JF
United Kingdom

Senior or Staff Scientist in Language Modelling

Work on a large international project hosted at Vox Generation Ltd.
Vox is building a scientific team of 18 individuals to focus on full
mixed-initiative conversational dialogue systems. In this role, you
will research and innovate new techniques in Unified Hierarchical
Language Modelling for training conversational dialogue systems. This
project is partnered with SpeechWorks International on the development
of new language modelling techniques.

We seek an individual with a Ph.D. in Computer Science, Physical
Sciences or Engineering/Mathematics. Quantitative Computational
Linguists with experience in statistical language modelling or
statistical language processing sought. Requirements include:
excellent programming skills in Perl. Preferable skills in Java or
C++. Analytical background in mathematics or hard sciences preferred
at Bachelor's level. Strong grades on A levels.

Send resume electronically to:

David Horowitz
Chief Scientist
Vox Generation Ltd
dhorowitzvoxgeneration.com
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