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Cornell University, College of Computing and Information Science, Department of Computer Science is currently seeking creative, highly organized and enthusiastic Graduate and Undergraduate Students to support ongoing data collection and analysis . They are to work remotely and get paid $350 weekly.
The primary Research is in the area of Natural Language processing (NLP) where our goal is to develop algorithms and systems that will vastly improve a users ability to find, absorb and extract information from online- text .
My group research generally proceeds at two levels; we focus both on building real systems for large-scale natural language processing tasks and on developing techniques to address underlying theoretical problems in the syntactic, semantic and pragmatic analysis of natural language. We rely on machine learning techniques including neural networks as our primary modeling tool, both for guiding natural language system development and for exploring the mechanisms that underlie language understanding.
This is a part-time position with a flexible schedule, and the successful candidate will work approximately 6-7 hours per week  . The position offers valuable research experience, and the opportunity to work with a dynamic and collaborative research team on campus.
To proceed with the application process, submit a copy of  your resume and your current class schedule for review or send me a text message stating your full name, major and year of study to  (###) ###-####.

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[Spoofed Name]
Professor, Department of Computer Science
          and Department of Information Science
Associate Dean for Education, Bowers College of Computing and Information Science
Cornell University
417 Gates Hall

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