SignAll is pioneering one of the first automated sign language translation solutions, based on computer vision and natural language processing (NLP), to enable everyday communication between hearing people and the deaf & hard of hearing whose primary language is sign language. The SignAll prototype is currently able to translate part of an American Sign Language (ASL) user’s vocabulary.
According to some research professionals and leading tech companies, SignAll is one of the best automatic sign language translation system available worldwide. They believe that the boundaries between the hearing world and the deaf & hard of hearing world can be removed by technology. SignAll is working for a world where those who rely on sign language can communicate with other people spontaneously and effectively – anytime, anywhere.
Two SignAll executives attended two conferences in the United States in recent months. Ms. Nora Szeles, Business Development Director, SignAll participated in the TDI Conference in Baltimore, Maryland in August 2015. Mr. Zsolt Robotka, CEO, SignAll and Ms. Szeles also took part in the M-Enabling Summit in Washington, D.C. on the second week of June, 2016.
SignAll considers interns as very important members of the team. They are seeking native ASL users to help improve their innovative technology. If you have competencies in research and development, or marketing & public relations in addition to ASL proficiency, SignAll also offers opportunities for you.
SignAll provides salary and a place to use as a residence in Budapest, Hungary. The minimum duration of the internship is 6 months. To apply, please send your CV including your detailed ASL proficiency to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do consider being a part of their mission! Join SignAll in one of the most exciting cities, Budapest, to work on a groundbreaking project!
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