Wondering who is annotating your data?
When you are hiring a company to help you with your live-monitoring requirements, you frequently never meet the workers who are monitoring your AI model. However, Humans in the Loop is committed to spotting the light on our live monitoring team by showcasing their inspiring stories to you.
This article features 4 stories from our live monitoring team: four tales from our experts who specialize in live monitoring and provide the critical link between technology and human decision-making. The team comprises highly skilled professionals who bring a wealth of expertise and experience to the table with a deep understanding of the industries they work in, as well as the latest monitoring technologies and techniques. Let’s delve into their stories!
“It is an honor to be part of a project of predicting fall cases for high-risk patients that has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare industry”, says Lida.
Lida has been working with Humans in the Loop for 1.5 years. Originally from Iran, she now resides in Bulgaria, where she remotely works for the company. Lida is a bachelor’s graduate and has developed her English-speaking and computer skills while working for the company. She is proud to be part of a team that works on a project to predict fall cases for patients at high risk.
Lida also quoted that her supervisors have been very helpful in providing her with the necessary training and guidance to excel in her role. She hopes to continue improving her technical skills and English language proficiency to become an even more valuable member of the team.
“I find it incredibly rewarding to be able to use live monitoring technology to help patients in need. It brings me immense happiness in making a positive impact on people’s lives”, says Heba.
Heba is a high school graduate and has been involved in live monitoring projects for Humans in the Loop since June 2022. She finds it immensely satisfying to be able to help patients through live monitoring. Through her work, Heba has gained the skill of high concentration, enabling her to carry out the job with great precision and accuracy. She also learned to take quick actions at the right time, a crucial attribute in her role.
As a refugee, Heba’s journey has not been an easy one. Heba’s story is a testament to the power of perseverance and the importance of providing opportunities to individuals who have faced adversity. Heba’s dedication and reflection are a reflection of the company’s ethos She is a vital member of the live monitoring team, contributing to the success of the company’s mission.
“I find the projects at Humans in the Loop to be very exciting and am always eager to work on more interesting projects”, says Leili.
Leili’s journey with Humans in the Loop began when she participated in the computer ad English courses offered by the Humans in the Loop Foundation. She simultaneously took the live monitoring course, which sparked her interest in working with the team. She has now been a valuable member of the live monitoring team for about a year, contributing her skills and enthusiasm to the projects.
Through her work, she has gained the skills of accuracy and attention to detail, allowing her to carry out her duties with great precision. By taking advantage of the courses offered by Humans in the Loop, she has been able to discover her passion for live monitoring and become an essential member of the team. Leili is an excellent example of the talent and diversity that exists within the live monitoring team.
“The project has given me the opportunity to grow and learn and I hope to continue to do so. Learning more artificial intelligence is a dream come true”, says Nour.
Nour is a Syrian refugee currently living in Bulgaria, who has overcome numerous challenges in her pursuit of a career in technology. Noura has always been fascinated by the intersection of technology and human decision-making and that led her to join Humans in the Loop as a live monitoring expert in May 2022. Nour keeps a watchful eye on security camera surveillance. She is responsible for monitoring security cameras in real-time and identifying any potential security threats.
Despite the challenges she has faced, Nour finds the projects she works on at Humans in the Loop to be very worthwhile. In particular, she has found the training and use of security cameras to be intriguing and has become an integral member of the team, leveraging her skills and expertise to ensure that our client’s security systems are always running optimally.