LINGUIST List 22.1319|
Sun Mar 20 2011
Jobs: Computational Linguistics: Search Engineer, Lemnos Labs
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1. Jeremy Conrad ,
Computational Linguistics: Search Engineer, Lemnos Labs, California, USA
Message 1: Computational Linguistics: Search Engineer, Lemnos Labs, California, USA
From: Jeremy Conrad <jeremylemnoslabs.com>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: Search Engineer, Lemnos Labs, California, USA
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University or Organization: Lemnos Labs
Job Location: California, USA
Web Address: http://www.lemnoslabs.com
Job Rank: Search Engineer
Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics; NLP, Information Retrieval, Ontology Engineering
Search Engineer (San Francisco, CA)
We're looking for a technical enthusiast to join our team. Our approach
involves presenting solution-oriented search results by applying
proprietary algorithms to various scientific and engineering data sources.
We want to master the engineering & scientific domain by building
ontologies to better represent knowledge and deliver better search results.
We're comfortable prototyping the initial product, but we need someone with
NLP experience to make the right architecture decisions and do some of the
more hardcore coding. You'll get to design the implementation and choose
whatever tools you need to get the job done.
We're looking for someone who is excited to develop a product that will
eventually be a part of every engineer's toolkit. Think AutoCAD or MATLAB
for technical solutions.
-BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent
-Experience in information retrieval and natural language processing
-Machine learning experience a plus
-Working knowledge of SQL and database technologies like MySQL, Postgres, etc.
-Prior startup experience preferred
Please send an email to the application URL below to apply.
Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Email Address for Applications: jobslemnoslabs.com
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