Machine Learning/Speech research internship @ Seattle

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Machine Learning/Speech research internship @ Seattle

Alibaba Group (U.S.) Inc.
Country of Position: 
United States
Contact Name: 
Gang Liu
Subject Area: 
Machine Learning for Signal Processing
Start Date: 
February 19, 2019
Expiration Date: 
August 31, 2019
Position Description: 

Title:  Machine Learning/Speech research internship  @ Seattle, WA

Time: Summer/Fall 2019

About You

A wiliness to be a better you on a day by day basis.

About Us:

We enable hundreds of millions of commercial and social interactions among our users, between consumers and merchants, and among businesses every day though speech.

What You’ll Do

Develop and refine algorithms to improve speech system performance under adverse conditions such as noise, channel, and accent mismatch. Machine Learning, Speaker ID, Audio fingerprinting/ Audio watermark background is highly welcome. 

Skills You’ll Need

MSc/PhD candidate in Engineering, Computer Science or a related field

Proficiency in speech enhancement and robust acoustic feature engineering is a plus

Experience with speech system performance improvements under adverse condition is a plus

Speaker/Language/Accent/Emotion Identification is a plus

Speaker Recognition Anti-spoofing is a plus

Deep learning (DNN, CNN, LSTM)

Familiarity with C++, Python, Matlab, Bash shell

Familiarity with ASR toolkits (e.g., Kaldi), DNN toolkits (Theano)

Solid publication record

Application Deadline:  Porcessed on a rolling basis


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