A global consumer brand is improving its customer interaction through point-of-sale voice AI systems. The technology is already developed, and proving to be highly effective in understanding multiple languages and accents.
They’ve established a lab purely dedicated to delivering advanced solutions.
They are looking for NLP engineers to research then develop deep learning and NLP models for customer’s voice and language data.
You will work on a real-world audio processing stack that interacts with millions of customers daily, accounting for the majority percentage of sales per day.
For this role you will need:
- A doctorate or masters degree in; Computer Science, Natural Language Processing, or similar
- 3 years of experience in working on language models for speech recognition
- Experience with deep learning frameworks
- Publications and patents in language modeling would be a huge plus
- Development experience in Python and C++
- Knowledge of other elements of the speech processing stack would be beneficial
Big Cloud is acting as a hiring vendor for this position.
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