Title: AI/NLP Software Engineer Intern

Company: Samsung Research America (SRA)

Lab: MPS

Location: Mountain View, CA

Overview: Samsung Research America (SRA) plays a pivotal role in developing the next generation of discovery in software, user experience and services for future products that can enrich your life.

Our mission is to research and develop new technologies by partnering with the best and brightest and creating a collaborative environment between industry and academia. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, with locations in many technology centers in North America, SRA is driven to build a culture of innovation that rapidly translates research and new ideas into the unexpected.

Why Samsung?

Come and get real world experience developing innovative solutions at a global leader in the mobile revolution! Samsung internships enhance your academic goals by providing the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and apply learned theory on real commercial projects.

Position Overview:

The Intelligence team’s mission is to change how billions of users access, explore, and interact with knowledge and information. The Software Intern will be a member of the Intelligence Team working to develop the features for the next-generation of the Bixby intelligent assistant. We are building a team of curious, fast-learning, and versatile research scientists and software engineers to develop a new service handling knowledge at a massive scale. We are looking for creative talents to join our team to achieve the following objectives:

Design and development for a massive global knowledge management service

Participate in leading-edge discovery utilizing the fields of Natural Language Understanding, Deep Learning, Open Domain Question Answering, Text Classification, Information Retrieval, or Knowledge Extraction

Key Qualifications

  • Familiarity with one or more of the following: Natural Language Understanding, Deep Learning, Open Domain Question Answering, Text Classification, Information Retrieval, or Knowledge Extraction 
  • Proficient in programming languages: C#, Java, Python, or equivalent
  • Adept at adapting academic ideas and theoretical algorithms into a production system
  • Excellent problem-solving, troubleshooting, and communication skills
  • Comfortable working in a fast paced environment
  • Understanding of best practices in software development
  • A can-do attitude with a bias for action

Preferred Qualifications

  • Published relevant research or able to demonstrate equivalent experience
  • Experience improving performance and scalability on mission critical
  • Proficient with SQL and no-SQL databases
  • MS/PhD in NLP, ML, AI, Engineering or equivalent
  • Familiarity with developing Android applications

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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