​​Are you interested in helping to train AI models to become better writers?

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How it works:

We have several open projects where we are looking for Native English Speakers with a completed undergraduate degree, as the minimum level of study. You will help train generative artificial intelligence models to become better writers.

You can work on all of our projects remotely. Hours are flexible and earnings are sent out weekly. However, we expect you to work at least 20 hours a week.

All you have to do is apply for this opportunity, and we will reach out to you with the next steps if there is a good mutual fit.

You Will:

  • Work on various writing in English projects to train generative AI models.

  • Some examples of projects you might work on:

    • Rank a series of responses that were produced by an AI model.

    • Based on a given topic, write a short story about that topic.

    • Assess whether a piece of text produced by an AI model is factually accurate or not.


These are not must-have qualifications! You should submit a proposal if you meet any of these (or anything similar you think makes you a good fit).

  • Completion of an undergraduate program related  to a Writing major (Literature, Languages, Communication, Philosophy, History, English, or similar)

  • Completion of a graduate program (of preference related to the Writing majors)

  • Experience writing professionally (copywriter, journalist, technical writer, editor, translator, etc.)

  • Professional Translator

Earnings & Duration:

  • Earnings: Variable based on language (earnings are set on a per-task basis, with equivalent hourly rates ranging from approximately ($15/hr to $21/hr)

  • Duration: Variable depending on project length, flexible hours

  • Work expectations: 20+ hours/week

    • Project Length:  1 to 3 months

You will be asked to answer the following questions when submitting a proposal:

  • Are you able to read and write English fluently?

  • Are you a native English speaker?

  • Do you hold an undergraduate degree?

  • Do you hold a graduate degree?

  • Do you agree with the rate listed in the job description?

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