Title: Knowledge Research Engineer – AI

Company: Samsung Research America (SRA)

Lab: Artificial Intelligence Center

Location: Mountain View, CA

Lab Summary:

The AI center at Samsung Research America (SRA), located in Mountain View, CA, is looking for an outstanding and highly self-motivated researcher/engineer. We are looking for candidates with machine learning and deep learning background. You will work with a team of research scientists and engineers tackling real-world problems involving Samsung’s Artificial Intelligence initiatives. You will be involved in very promising team projects with talented people at Samsung. You will benefit a lot by working in a fun and creative environment. The AI research center is a key part of Samsung’s global R&D effort and aims to have influence on future Samsung products reaching hundreds of millions of users worldwide.

Position Summary:

We are looking for a Research Engineer having expertise in a broad area focused around knowledge-based computing. An ideal candidate would possess excellent understanding and experience in knowledge representation and reasoning with knowledge, knowledge/information extraction, data mining, NLP, and applying world/domain knowledge in different areas. Experience in knowledge discovery and data mining, or expertise in inferring personal state from multimodal mobile, wearable, or pervasive sensors (including audio/visual sensing) is welcomed. Experience with deploying machine learning models on resource constrained edge devices is a plus. You will be collaborating with fellow research engineers to develop solutions to real problems, invent patents, and publish findings in top-tier AI conferences.  

 

Responsibilities Include:

  • Expertise in knowledge representation, knowledge graph, knowledge/information extraction
  • Understanding of graph analytics (e.g., graph neural networks, embeddings), graph querying (e.g., SPARQL, Cypher), and graph databases (e.g., Virtuoso, Neo4j) is a plus.
  • Experience in deep learning, NLP, data mining and data analytics. Application experience of world/domain knowledge in these areas is a plus. Development experience in deep learning-based models in frameworks like PyTorch and TensorFlow is a plus.
  • Software skills in one or more languages (C, C++, Java, Python, etc.)
  • Strong publication records in AI-related conferences (AAAI, IJCAI, ACL, ICDM, KDD etc.)
  • Team work and communication skills are required

Experience Requirements:

  • Team work and communication skills are required
  • PhD preferred, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience in CS, EE, or related field is required

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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