Pison is creating the next generation of neural interfaces that focus on gesture recognition and neurophysiological insights. Pison leverages our patented electroneurography (ENG) platform to translate data generated from our body’s natural physiological electricity stemming at the brain into machine interpretable events in software. This allows for never before seen intuitive control of any experience in the IoT universe and discovery of neurological correlations drawn from our proprietary AI and data sets. Pison’s government, Department of Defense and Fortune 100 customers have a deep pipeline of pending projects fueling our growth. Pison’s long term vision is to own the platform which translates human intention to machine-readable code.

We are growing and our Machine Learning team is looking for a Software Engineer to join and take on the challenge of implementing ML algorithms on our production mobile platforms, developing & improving the architecture of the production pipeline, and assisting with algorithm and internal tool development.  You will be a member of a growing team that is at the core of our work and technology. 

***Due to the nature of our work with the United States government, candidates must be US citizens.***

This position is located in our Boston, MA office. For the safety of our employees, we are currently working remotely and will return to the office when it is safe to do so.

The Role:

  • Implementation of algorithms on our mobile platforms
  • Improve and scale the architecture of the production pipeline
  • Research, create, and improve our production ML pipeline for gesture classification in mission critical environments
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and support our production pipeline
  • Assist with algorithm research and development and cloud based ML tools

About You:

  • Strong C++ development skills
  • Knowledge of deep learning methods and frameworks (ANN, Tensorflow/Keras, Pytorch)
  • Strong mathematics, computer science, and statistics knowledge
  • Experience with cross compilation and debugging
  • Proficient with numeric algorithms implementation
  • Experience with source control and continuous integration
  • Willingness to learn and grow
  • A can-do, optimistic attitude

Bonus:

  • Experience with common Python numerical computing packages
  • Knowledge of C++ build and infrastructure technologies such as CMake and Docker
  • Experience with cloud based development

We understand that candidates can feel discouraged if they do not tick every box.  We encourage you to apply.  Pison is building a diverse team with people from all backgrounds who can help us build an inclusive organization.  

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