Title: Senior Software Engineer (Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence)

Company: Samsung Research America (SRA)

Lab: Visual Display Intelligence Lab

Location: Mountain View, CA or Irvine, CA

Lab Summary:

Technical professionals are defined by what they create. Samsung has the risk taking corporate culture, strategic R&D investments, and global know-how to imagine, develop, and market products that lead the industry.  Samsung’s Visual Display Intelligence Lab located in Mountain View, California is currently recruiting world-class engineers who share our “Innovation through passion” philosophy and thrive in a fast-pace, results-driven environment. 

Responsibilities

  • Research and develop machine learning systems that help train or serve models
  • Research and develop new ML algorithms to aid in user behavior understanding
  • Quickly prototype new ideas/technologies to create proof of concept and demos
  • Contribute to the organization’s strong drive to be on the cutting edge of technology through the generation of patentable ideas
  • Effectively communicate with global engineering teams

Requirements

  • MS degree in Computer Science with Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning/Deep Learning)
  • 3+ years of industrial experience
  • Experience with ML frameworks such as: Tensorflow, Keras, Numpy, Caffee, etc.
  • Experience in Python and/or C++.
  • Experience with Deep learning and neural networks.
  • Experience with both supervised and unsupervised machine learning models.
  • Familiar with ML algorithms such as but not limited to Regression, Classification, Clustering, etc.
  • Experience with regularization techniques such as but not limited to: Dropout, weight decay, generative pre-training, etc.
  • Ability to understand recent ML research papers and adapt those models to real world products.
  • Solid understanding on various software development tools, software process, and environments: IDE, debugger, source control, bug tracking, etc.
  • Ability to multi-task effectively under considerable pressure and deadlines and easily adapt within a fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.

Plus

  • Prior experience with productizing ML research.
  • Worked on projects involving coding skills outside of ML related work (all-rounder)
  • Familiarity with building cloud systems - using AWS (or Azure) cloud services.
  • Familiarity or experience using knowledge graphs.
  • PhD in Machine learning

Samsung is an EEO/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer. We welcome and encourage diversity as we strive to create an inclusive workplace.

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