IC Resources Ltd

Applied ML Research Engineer

£35000 - £70000 per annum + Depending on experience
04 Sep 2018
02 Oct 2018
Diogo Pereira
Job Function
Specialist Area
Contract Type
Full Time

Applied Machine Learning Engineer

Bristol, UK

Salary entirely depends on experience + Interview

£35-70,000 + Stock

This Applied Machine Learning Engineer vacancy is based in Bristol, UK with my client; one of the world's hottest and well-funded artificial intelligence ( AI ) start-ups globally. They are developing next generation AI-specific architecture to follow CPUs and GPUs in the processor evolution, and your role would involve the research and implementation of various machine learning algorithms, building the libraries and platform to aid IPU users, and more.

Eligible Applied Machine Learning Engineers will have good grades for their A-levels (or equivalent), including Mathematics and/or Physics, a Masters or PhD in a relevant discipline such as Computer Science and have experience in;

Various Machine Learning Algorithms

Research, Design and Implementation (in Theory or Practice)

C++ and Python

If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Diogo Pereira, Specialist Consultant at IC Resources. Even if you are unsure that you fulfil all of the criteria, please still apply as there may be similar roles we can recommend.

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