23.193, Internships: General Linguistics: Intern, NL Annotation/Transcription, USC

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Subject: 23.193, Internships: General Linguistics: Intern, NL Annotation/Transcription, USC

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Date: 03-Jan-2012
From: Ron Artstein [artstein at ict.usc.edu]
Subject: General Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Intern, Natural Language Annotation/Transcription, University of Southern California


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Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2012 15:01:58
From: Ron Artstein [artstein at ict.usc.edu]
Subject: General Linguistics, Text/Corpus Linguistics: Intern, Natural Language Annotation/Transcription, University of Southern California

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University or Organization: Usc Institute For Creative Technologies
Web Address: http://ict.usc.edu/internships

Type of Work: Annotation

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics

Duration: 15-May-2012 to 31-Aug-2012
Compensation: Paid Competitive
Internship Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
Minimum Education Level: No Minimum
Special Qualifications: The Natural Language Dialogue team collects linguistic data for use in developing, training and extending coverage of our conversational dialogue systems. The annotation/transcription project consists of transcribing speech and annotating conversation transcripts, collected through role-plays and interaction with existing systems, using semantic representations that have been developed specifically for our implemented systems. The job is suitable primarily for undergraduate students. Interns who reside locally in the Los Angeles area may be able to continue working at ICT after the summer. 


Description:
The Natural Language Dialogue team collects linguistic data for use in developing, training and extending coverage of our conversational dialogue systems. The annotation/transcription project consists of transcribing speech and annotating conversation transcripts, collected through role-plays and interaction with existing systems, using semantic representations that have been developed specifically for our implemented systems. The job is suitable primarily for undergraduate students. Interns who reside locally in the Los Angeles area may be able to continue working at ICT after the summer.

Application Deadline: 19-Feb-2012

Web Address for Applications:http://projects.ict.usc.edu/internship/
Contact Information:
	Ron Artstein
	Email: artstein at ict.usc.edu
	Phone: +1 310 448 0313




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