Appen

Linguist Talent Pool

Job Locations US-CA-San Francisco
Posted Date 1 month ago(9/23/2020 12:55 PM)
ID
2020-5114
Category
Linguist

Overview

Don’t see an suitable linguistic role but would like us to know about you when positions become available? Submit your resume here and you will be placed in our database for future consideration.

 

Appen’s linguistic openings – linguists, computational linguists, project managers, phoneticians - are with the AI Specialist Team. Our professional linguists offer a range of services including pronunciation lexicons, automatic speech recognition transcription, machine translation, and more. Our team’s mission is to deliver the best data solutions and expertise to developers of AI for communication, driven by our passion for innovation and our love of languages.

 

Appen collects and labels images, text, speech, audio, video, and other data used to build and continuously improve the world’s most innovative artificial intelligence systems. Our expertise includes having a global crowd of over one million skilled contractors who speak over 180 languages and dialects, in over 70,000 locations and 130 countries, and the industry’s most advanced AI-assisted data annotation platform. Our reliable training data gives leaders in technology, automotive, financial services, retail, healthcare, and governments the confidence to deploy world-class AI products. Founded in 1996, Appen has customers and offices globally.

 

At Appen, we value performance, honesty, humility, and grit. We persevere and remain focused, whilst maintaining agility to achieve quality outcomes and exceed expectations. We’re truth tellers – respectfully of course. We take accountability for our actions, and believe in giving and receiving direct feedback. We give credit where credit is due, and show gratitude to others for their contributions. We seek diverse perspectives as we recognize the value in teamwork and collaboration. Through grit, we take ownership, and we don’t give up.

 

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