15.2301, Jobs: Speech Recognition: Manager, London

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Subject: 15.2301, Jobs: Speech Recognition: Manager, London

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Date:  Fri, 13 Aug 2004 07:47:07 -0400 (EDT)
From:  davemh711 at yahoo.com
Subject:  Jobs: Speech Recognition: Manager, Immersive Thinking Machines, London

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Date:  Fri, 13 Aug 2004 07:47:07 -0400 (EDT)
From:  davemh711 at yahoo.com
Subject:  Jobs: Speech Recognition: Manager, Immersive Thinking Machines, London



University or Organization: Immersive Thinking Machines
Department: Science & Technology
Rank of Job: Manager
Specialty Areas: Speech Recognition


Description:

(Senior) Speech Recognition Scientist - Immersive Thinking Machines

We seek a highly professionally trained speech recognition scientist
to work on a new recognition paradigm for sensory fusion recognition.
The recogniser combines speech, vision and haptic recognition in a
unique proprietary framework.

Requirements: a Quantitative/Mathematical background in Speech
Recognition with a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Physics or
Computer Science.  Preference given to individuals experienced in the
acoustic front end and signal processing.  Only exceptionally
qualified candidates considered.  The ideal candidate will have a
passion for doing new and innovative science and a work ethic that
supports achieving goals with high benchmarks as evidenced by the
candidate's academic training and standing.

About the Company: Immersive Thinking Machines, Ltd - London, is a
company that was launched in July, 2004.  The company focuses on
Immersive Environments that blend Virtual Reality with Conversational
Speech and develops high end applications for entertainment and other
major fields.  Unique to its approach to Immersive Environments is its
ground breaking methodologies for fusion recognition that is
patentable.  If you want to get in on the ground floor of an exciting
start-up and have ambitions to change the world in the way computing
will be done in the near future, Immersive Thinking Machines is the
right company for you.

The company will launch its website in September.


Address for Applications:

	Attn: Dr. David Horowitz
	3 Central Buildings
	Matthew Parker Street, Suite 10
	Westminster, England SW1H 9NE
	United Kingdom

	Applications are due by 01-Nov-2004


Contact Information:

	Dr. David Horowitz
	Chief Science & Technology Officer
	Email: drdavidmhorowitz at yahoo.co.uk
	Tel: 44-207-222-5969
	

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