• Spoken Language Linguist with French

    Job Locations -------------------------------------------------- | US-CA-California
    Job ID
    Information Technology
    Job Start Date
    Languages Required
    French France
  • Overview

    Have you ever wanted to delight millions of people by applying cutting edge natural language processing and machine learning technologies to deliver amazing features to our clients customers? Join the natural language processing team that drives on-device text intelligence. We are looking for a talented and passionate engineer who will work on innovating text input and other applications of NLP technologies with a focus on languages.  The ideal candidate will have experience in applying machine learning on large text corpora, as well as the use of NLP in software, including design, implementation, algorithms, correctness, user experience, and performance.


    • Responsible for bringing innovative ideas to our next generation text input system in order to take the overall typing experience across all platforms to the next level of quality and intelligence.

    • Leveraging very large quantities of data and state-of-the-art methods in deep learning to tackle real world problems.

    • Provide input and suggestions towards innovating new approaches and new product features.
    • Daily interaction with other teams and working towards the same goal.
    • Interact with other project teams where required.
    • Any other duties as required.


    Preferred Experience/Skills:


    • BS in Computational linguistics 
    • Expert knowledge of phonetics IPA SAMPA
    • Ability to write scripts in Python or similar scripting language 
    • Skilled in Bash and can use ssh git grep sed awk etc
    • Native speaker of the given language


    Education: B.S/MSc in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, or related fields.


    Location: Initial 6-8 week paid training in Cupertino, California and afterwards remote for the duration of the project. 


    Job type: Contract.



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