TensorFlow Research Engineer

AnyVision, Research · Full-time

About The Position


AnyVision Research UK is a world leading team of scientists and engineers that creates AI for the Real World. With deployments and clients spanning the globe, we are recognised as leaders in the fields of Face Recognition, Object Recognition, Object Detection, and Visual Target Tracking.


AnyVision is dedicated to providing a diverse and flexible work environment so that we can recruit and retain the best talent. Working for AnyVision you will:

·        Be a part of a diverse, multinational and inclusive team

·        Receive challenging work and assignments

·        Receive world class training and experience on cutting edge systems and complex projects

·        Benefit from a flexible and supportive work environment


As we grow in scope and ambition in 2019, we are looking for a highly motivated individual who will be responsible for TensorFlow based development and deployment of AnyVision algorithms and architectures.


You are:

You are a highly motivated individual with a rigorous, meticulous, and scientific approach to life. You are also passionate about technology and software. You will have completed a degree in a scientific discipline, with some emphasis on programming. You will likely have studied to a higher level (e,g, MSc or PhD, within a technical discipline). You should be comfortable working within a team when it suites the project at hand, but also be capable of working on your own if needs be. You should have the demonstrable ability to take problems and drive then to conclusions.

You will:

This role requires an extensive knowledge of TensorFlow (2+ years minimum). This role will involve liaising with current researchers to form a concrete understanding of their work and training methods, with the goal of transitioning their routines into TensorFlow formats. Awareness of TensorFlow based low precision training is essential. You will also be responsible for profiling your work algorithms (speed and accuracy analysis), identifying bottle-necks which may require further research, documenting the development and reporting results both internally and externally. You will also liaise with engineers from the biggest-hardware manufacturers in the business to ensure that AnyVision solutions remain the most cutting edge in every aspect.

Requirements

Must have skills:



●       Minimum of 2 years exposure to TensorFlow based development in a commercial or research environment.

●       Awareness of low precision training within TensorFlow.

●       Demonstrated interest / good general understanding of machine learning/deep learning (e.g. through completion of online courses).

●       Extremely comfortable using Linux based systems.

●       Familiar with Python or C++.

●       Strong software development practices: e.g., source control.

●       Degree in electrical/electronic engineering, computer science, or similar. 

●       Demonstration of self-motivated and hardworking attitude (e.g. high publication record, significant level of extracurricular academic activities, active on GitHub, etc). 

●       Good verbal and written communication skills.


Desirable skills:



●     Experience of other machine learning frameworks (e.g. PyTorch, Caffe, Scikit-Learn)

●     Experience developing for hardware devices such as DSPs, FPGAs, embedded linux.

●     Experience of Agile software development practices and Jira.

●     Strong mathematics background.

●     PhD in electrical/electronic engineering, machine learning, computer science, or similar. 

●     Good verbal and written communication skills. Should be able to communicate research and evangelize our work at the highest levels both internally and externally.


   Benefits:


●     Highly competitive salary and regular salary reviews

●     Technical training

●     Contributory pension scheme

●      Private healthcare

●     Gym membership

●     Flexible working hours

●     Regular company social events and activities

Location:

Belfast, United Kingdom or New York, United States of America

The closing date for applications:

14th September 2019.

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