Are you a passionate technology writer with a penchant for human interest angles? This writing project is for you!
The European Technical Press is a new UK-based company led by electrical engineering webmasters with decades of combined experience in the EE and technology realms. We are launching a new website focused on technology and engineering stories with a strong element of human interest that are narratively engaging and technically informative. We want to reach a European audience with articles by fellow UK residents. As such, if you do not reside in the UK, we may ask that you adopt a European pseudonym for your articles on this website.
This first article will be a paid test of sorts. Essentially, we’re building out a consistent group of contributors. This first article will pay the full $125, and if we think your writing is up to snuff, subsequent articles of the same caliber will pay the same.
For this particular assignment, we have a wealth of topics to assign, from articles on surgical assistant robotics to blogs on automated delivery drones. Ideally, these articles will include a human interest lead in the first 100 words, as well as a deep dive into the technology at play behind the innovation at hand. This could involve a deeper explanation of AI training and inferencing processes, the hardware used to sustain machine learning in these devices, etc. These articles may require some technical research, and I would encourage you to include a swath of technical details — if you feel like you've gone a little too deep, that is probably the right amount of technical specs.
This article should be a minimum of 750 words and should appeal to both general and engineer readers. Essentially, we want to explain how the best technology is driving interesting innovations.
If you think you’re the best person for this job, please apply for this job! We’re looking for several freelancers to build our editorial team.
I am looking for a mix of experience and value