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Machine Learning Specialist

at NetBase Solutions, Inc. in Mountain View, CA   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
Machine Learning Specialist
Location: Mountain View, CA

NetBase, a well-funded, fast growing company with an impressive roster of top-tier Fortune 500 companies, seeks to grow its team with a machine learning specialist.

NetBase delivers Content Intelligence solutions that harness value and insight from any source, including the Internet, premium and enterprise content. NetBase reads every sentence inside documents, linguistically understands the content and powers breakthrough search experiences with relevant answers and insights. NetBase is being used by organizations that are recognized as global leaders in healthcare, publishing, manufacturing, consumer packaged goods and government such as Elsevier, Clorox, 3M, The U.S. Army, Pepsi and many more.

The Machine Learning Specialist role involves clustering/classification, topic identification, named entity tagging, lexicon acquisition and pattern identification from large corpora. The ideal candidate will have a PhD degree in Computer Science or related field with experience in natural language processing, computational linguistics, or information retrieval/extraction. Strong programming skills are required. At least two years of experience working with real life NL systems is required. A strong research record is a plus. We look for people who are flexible, learn quickly, and love getting into the details.

Authorization to work in the US and relocation are required.

To apply: Please submit a resume and cover letter via email to with the subject of "Machine Learning Specialist".
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