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Semantic Web Jobs: KMi & Cambridge Semantics

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The Knowledge Media Institute in the United Kingdom is looking for a Research Assistant.

The Knowledge Media Institute in the United Kingdom is looking for a Research Assistant who is “able to develop further the current version of our architecture for supporting proactive reasoning in networks of smart products and to apply it to the project testbeds. This will require both extending the current capabilities of the architecture – e.g., to support a number of types of proactive behaviour, and also to complete the implementation of the architecture, to be able to test it in networks of co-operating physical devices. You will be working as part of a world-class team of KMi researchers in the field of semantic technologies, in the context of a European project consortium. There will be opportunities to develop your research profile, to travel to give demos and presentations, and to write academic papers.”

Cambridge Semantics is seeking a Customer Implementation Engineer in Boston, MA: “Our Customer Implementation Engineers are experts in applying Semantic Web technologies–often called Web 3.0–and our Anzo products to help our customers solve a wide variety of business problems that they never could before. We are looking for people to join our fast-growing team with responsibilities including: (1) Working closely with Fortune 500 & other leading customers to understand business challenges and design appropriate solutions. (2) Using and extending the Anzo product suite to rapidly build customer solutions. (3) Managing implementation projects to ensure smooth communication with the customer and timely completion of project tasks. (4) Working cross functionally with product management, development, and sales as required to improve the Anzo products, implementation tools and process.”

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