|Resume/CV Parser with Python -- 2 - 17/10/2017 10:24 EDT
||We are looking to get a resume parser implemented in python and integrated into our existing PHP web application. The ideal candidate is expected to be well versed in Advanced Python (AI and NLP) applications.
• Reading PDF, DOCX files in varying resume templates.
• Identifying different parts of the document as: Contact information, Title, Summary, Employment History,...
||Python, Algorithm, Machine Learning, Natural Language, Artificial Intelligence
||Oct 17, 2017
||Oct 17, 20174d 19h
|GIS / Mapping Open Source SW Dev
||I am getting an abandoned open source mapping suite updated and optimized for drone imagery. Some initial work has been done and I have a few more tasks that need completing.
[url removed, login to view]
SW consists of mainly:
HTML (android app)
1st task will be sorting out two bugs that were introduced with previous commits.
A: A function in the androi...
||Oct 15, 2017
||Oct 15, 20173d 6h
|Build a Virtual Assistant with Artificial Intelligence
||- Unit 1 - Translator:
Tru is the smartest virtual assistant with the most advanced artificial intelligence technology ever developed. She can translate over 100 languages. She uses a technology similar with the Google’s translation technology. She can speak english, greek (at first). She also, can translate subtitles, songs, books, websites, etc.
- Unit 2 - Image & Video:
Since Tru ...
||Python, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Raspberry Pi, Web Development
||Aug 31, 2017
||Aug 31, 2017Ended
|Need someone knows python or html to help me solve the issue in spotfire
||Currently, I want to create a 'Jump To' feature in Tibco Spotfire. User is able to jump to a certain html page based on what they selected.
Initially, I created a python script as below.
[url removed, login to view](str([url removed, login to view]["BRLINK"]));
It works fine on my laptop. However, user is not able to use it because this command only works...
||Python, HTML, Tibco Spotfire
||Aug 29, 2017
||Aug 29, 2017Ended
|Build an extractor to scrape locations into excel
||So I have a steady need to find the locations of people in large data files (excel sheets with anywhere from 2,000-50,000 contacts). The files include first, last, title, company and I want to scrape their locations from LinkedIn into a new column. Since LinkedIn limits how many searches you can perform, I want to use Bing searches first, then fill in the remaining with LinkedIn directly.
||PHP, Python, Excel, Software Architecture
||Jul 7, 2017
||Jul 7, 2017Ended