Using cloud services

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Solita is an international company that have several languages in use.  User are used to join community and exchange internationally but also locally.

We are looking to set up a bot that could easily translate the content of our article. The technology would be to use one of the cloud provided service for machine learning. This could be done on Aws or other cloud provider

The first step would be to come with a first comparison on the different possibilities and what service could be used and then start a first implementation.


The first challenge would be to figure out which service and cloud provider could be used that fits best our organization and security need

Then the second challenge will be to make that available for the end user and implement this bot.

Third will be to find out what are the capacity of the cloud and how this could be configured to be adapted according to the location of the user.



Gewenst profiel: 


  • Result oriented and creative  
  • Good analytical and problem-solving skills  
  • Eager to learn and grow 
Bachelor in de elektronica-ICT: Electronica
Bachelor in de elektronica-ICT: ICT
Bachelor in de toegepaste Informatica
Graduaat in het programmeren
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vrijdag, 9 oktober, 2020 - 11:45 tot vrijdag, 9 april, 2021 - 11:45