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Speech Collection in Australia | French Speakers

  • Entry-level job
  • Chatswood (Sydney)
  • IT development
  • English
  • French
  • Detail Oriented

Job description

Appen is working with a leading automotive technology company to improve speech recognition technologies for vehicle's head units. Join us now!

In this task, you will be required to travel to Chatswood (Sydney, Australia) to take part in this exciting speech recording project.

The project will require you to read a number of command phrases within the guidelines provided by the recording supervisor in a recording booth.



Interested? To get started, please sign up using the link below.
https://connect.appen.com/qrp/public/jobs?sref=016ffd95125a57453429d7e4ef4a6061

Don’t miss the chance to earn extra income working from the comfort of your own home. This is a great opportunity for you and your friends!
• Work from home with flexible hours
• You can work on our projects around your other jobs

A diverse, inclusive culture is vital to our mission of helping build better AI. We offer opportunities for individuals of all abilities and backgrounds.

If you have further questions, do not hesitate to email me at croca@appen.com
Thank you and we hope to work with you soon!

Desired profile

Requirements:
• Be a native speaker of French (Canada).
• Be living in New South Wales, Australia, and willing to come to our Chatswood office for the recording task.

About Appen










Appen brings over 20 years of experience capturing and enriching a wide variety of data types including speech, text, image and video.


We have deep expertise in more than 180 languages and dialects, and access to a global crowd of over 400,000 skilled contractors.


Appen partners with leading technologyautomotive and eCommerce companies — as well as governments worldwide — to help them develop, enhance and use products that rely on natural languages and machine learning.





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