1) Your responsibilities will span multiple aspects of product development, including defining features, creating prototypes, working with large raw datasets, and developing novel models.
2) Collaborate with leading researchers in child language development, early childhood education, and computer science.
1) Familiarity with blind signal separation, FFTs, DFTs and DTFTs, FIR and IIR filters.
2) Ability to write production-level code.
3) Track record of diving into data to discover hidden patterns.
4) Demonstrable track record of leadership, thoughtful prioritization, and delivering results in a dynamic environment.
1) 2+ years work experience, preferably in startup-like environmentsÂ
2) Direct experience in digital signal processing and speech processing algorithms
3) Experience in speaker diarization, speaker verification/identification
4) Experience developing and implementing machine learning solutions for real world use
5) Experience handling terabyte size datasets
Required Documents 1) Resume 2) Cover Letter 3) Contact information for at least three supervisory references
NOTE:Â When applying, all documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV portionof the application.
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