In-Car Speech Recognition Voice Recording (Contributor) Posted Nov 21
Appen , Farmington Hills, MI
 
Appen is a global leader in the development of high-quality, human-annotated datasets for machine learning and artificial intelligence.

We are currently seeking research participants for an in-car project that we are running out of our office in Farmington Hills, MI. Participants will be driven in Appen vehicles by Appen employees while being recorded in a variety of acoustic environments.

The audio data collected in this project will be used to test the accuracy of in-car speech recognition systems.

In order to be eligible for this project, you must:

• Be a native speaker of US or Canadian English (must be within the following accent groups)

• Asian-American
• Hispanic (Native Bilingual in English and Spanish)
• North Central - e.g., Minneapolis, Madison, Sioux City
• Eastern New England - e.g., Boston, Down East Maine, Providence
• Western New England - e.g., Worcester, Burlington (includes upstate New York)
• New York City - including western Long Island and northern New Jersey
• South Midland - e.g., Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Kansas City
• North Midland - e.g., Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Des Moines, Omaha
• Coastal Southeast - e.g., Charleston, Savannah
• Southern - e.g., Memphis, Atlanta, Jackson, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston
• Western - e.g., Seattle, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Billings, Portland
• Canada - e.g., Toronto, Montreal (English-speaking), Winnipeg, Calgary, Vancouver
• African-American
• French-Canadian
• Inland North - e.g., Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago

• Be 18 years old or older
• Be able to commute to the Farmington Hills, MI office for a recording session

Recording sessions last 2 hours, 4 hours and 6 hours, and compensate between $65 and $195 USD depending on session length. Compensation is in the form of an e-Mastercard gift card.

To Apply, click the link below and fill out the form:

https://goo.gl/forms/vQi66yzcdEVzjFsj2

TO APPLY
Click here to apply - Please mention that you saw the job on StructureHub

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