As a member of the data science team, the Natural Language Processing (NLP) Engineer, Senior Staff will utilize analytical, statistical, and programming skills to collect, analyze, and interpret large data sets, then use this information to develop data-driven solutions. Leveraging NLP experience, along with experience with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI), this role will serve as a subject matter expert for NLP/Machine Learning/AI, and will partner with functional experts across QTC to expand the NLP Project to provide big data solutions in other key operational areas.
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