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Are you passionate about solving big scientific problems in education through innovative technology and working in a highly multi-disciplinary collaborative environment? Would you like to know more about how computer vision, affective computing and machine learning are helping create new forms of learning and assessment tools? If this sounds intriguing, then we'd like to talk to you about a role as part of a new ACTNext, ACT R&D team tackling a set of problems requiring significant innovation.
This position is located in Denver, Colorado or Iowa City, Iowa; but can also be filled remotely.
ACTNext, ACT's R&D arm, has an opening for a Principal NLP Research Scientist in the AI and Machine Learning group. This newly established group is pursuing cutting edge multidisciplinary research in creating a new generation of learning and assessments targeting modern educational paradigms including adaptive learning, educational content development, educational games and various forms of behavioral and in vivo assessments. We are conducting research on using rich multi-sensory data including audio and video and recent advances in NLP, computer vision, affective computing, psychometric analysis and cognitive science to build some of most advanced dynamic models for educational assessment in authentic, real-world scenarios. This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of a research and development team and make an impact with innovative education technology.
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