Published on: 2 months 4 weeks ago Written By - Judy Ann Abuyan
Are you interested in technology? Do you enjoy contributing to product research?
TELUS International is offering an opportunity to be part of a technology study to a select group of participants.
TELUS International is currently looking for people interested in joining an onsite session in Brooklyn, New York. The sessions are approximately 3 hours long, and participants will be video recorded, performing basic movements such as walking, sitting, standing up, different gestures, and/or facial expressions.
Participants will be paid $290 for a successful session. Payments will be made via Hyperwallet on the TELUS International AI Community Platform, where you can choose PayPal, bank transfer, or Venmo as the payment method.
Be a legal adult (18+).
Have the legal right to work in the United States.
Speak and understand English.
Be willing to be present in a recorded session.
Be negative for COVID-19, having shown no symptoms in the past 3 days or no known recent exposure.
Sounds interesting? To participate and learn more details, register here:
Also, if you know anyone who might be interested in this project, please feel free to share it with them! All participants are being scheduled to attend the sessions as we speak!
Any information that you provide in connection with the Project will be kept confidential. Selected participants will be contacted by TELUS International with detailed guidelines on how to get started.
TELUS International is committed to reducing harmful biases in AI. You will be asked to provide certain physical information in registering. This information will be used to ensure that this study is an accurate representation of our community. Read more about harmful bias in AI and our efforts to counter it here: https://www.telusinternational.com/articles/7-types-of-data-bias-in-machine-learning
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