Job Title: Internet Moderator
Help us keep the internet free of hate speech!
| LGBTQ+ & African American Societies | USA
Appen is currently looking for LGBTQ+ & African American
societies living in USA. Are you interested in helping
researchers understand how people from different demographics
perceive online conversations? Would you like to help make the
internet a safer place?
We currently need individuals in the United States to engage in
a work-from-home opportunity on a contract assignment for an
exciting work from home opportunity. This project aims to identify
both explicit and implicit speech from a wide range of websites.
Warning: this task may contain
Individuals from all backgrounds are vital to this study. Those
identifying as members of underrepresented sexual orientations,
gender identities, and racial, ethnic, or religious groups, may
qualify for additional tasks, as insights from these communities
are for a complete, diverse understanding of the problem. Responses
will be kept private and secure, and our support team will assist
with any questions regarding the tasks provided to you.
- Must be living in the United States of America (LBGTQ+ &
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Work a minimum of 15 hours per week with the opportunity for
- Possess a high-speed internet connection (Cable Modem, Fiber,
What can you get when you apply?
- Earn and Learn at the same time.
- Flexible hours (work whenever you want)
- Work from anywhere
Other things you need to know:
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We look forward to working with you soon!
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