• French (Corsica) Voice Evaluator

    Job Locations Remote-Remote
    Posted Date 1 month ago(4/9/2018 1:23 PM)
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    Appen is creating a pool of native French speakers from Corsica, for future opportunities. Applications are invited from candidates who grew up in Corsica and/or have lived there for the past 10 years.

    This task involves listening to 11 different machine voices in the market, and rating them on a naturalness scale. There is also a short written feedback component for each voice. This is one off task and it consists of the following steps:


    Task 1 (1.5hrs) – listen to 11 different voices read 30 sentences. Evaluate the naturalness of each voice on a scale of 1 (completely unnatural) to 7 (completely natural).
    Task 2 (20mins) – answer 4 different ratings questions for 11 voices, pertaining to the speed, quality and presence of liaison in the voice.
    Task 3 (10mins) – write a short sentence explaining why you would feel comfortable/uncomfortable listening to each voice.


    Successful candidate is from Corsica in France and has strong computer literacy.

    Please list any language-related background in your resume.


    Tasks in Appen Global are best completed on a personal computer or laptop (not hand-held devices), and using Google Chrome or Firefox web browsers.




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