The ArticuLab is looking for undergraduate and graduate (masters or PhD) interns for summer 2017. This is a great research experience for those who want to go on to graduate school, or who may want to work in Human-Computer Interaction, in Learning Sciences, in Language Technologies, Psychology, Linguistics, or in Information Systems (as well as other branches of Computer Science). You will work as a member of a team, and be a part of research that brings together rigorous social science with cutting edge technology development. Some jobs target interns with a technical background (statistics, machine learning, AI, natural language processing) and other jobs require no technical background, although psychology, linguistics or education research experience is a plus. Currently, the following positions are open. For more information, please visit the job page.
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