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Semantic Web Jobs: Qualcomm

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Qualcomm is looking for an Artificial Intelligence & Reasoning Engineer in San Diego, CA.

Qualcomm is looking for an Artificial Intelligence & Reasoning Engineer in San Diego, CA. The post states, “We seek a Systems Engineer with demonstrable knowledge and experience in artificial intelligence, reasoning, semantics and natural language processing. We expect our systems engineers to keep up to date and understand technological advances in areas directly and indirectly related to mobile and wireless systems and devices and channel those trends toward enabling new applications. To that end, the responsibilities include developing new system architectures, algorithms, protocols, standards and implementation.”

Qualifications include the following: “Strong expertise in knowledge representation, reasoning and learning is required. Experience in probabilistic reasoning, temporal reasoning, semantic reasoning and bringing these techniques together is of great interest. Experience dealing with heterogeneous, probabilistic data streams and design of stream reasoning solutions is also desired. Additionally, application of mixed initiative techniques to involve the user in the learning is a plus as well. One or more of the following skills are highly desired: Probabilistic and temporal reasoning; Stream reasoning; Learning from examples and user feedback; First order logic, logic reasoning; Graph-based methods in machine learning; Description logic; Semantic web technologies (RDF/OWL, SPARQL, etc.); Data mining and other machine learning techniques; Shallow natural language processing.”

Learn more and apply here.

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