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Helm.ai

Computer Vision and Deep Learning Researcher at Helm.ai

South Bay · Full Time
Helm.ai is an algorithm and AI centric company working on the fundamental perception problem for autonomous navigation. Our ultimate goal is achieving full autonomy - that is, safe algorithmic navigation completely independent from any human input - for self-driving cars, drones and consumer robots. We are productizing along the full spectrum of autonomy, using our state of the art computer vision and semi supervised deep learning technology. Read More
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Job Description

Deep learning and computer vision researcher working on fundamental perception problems for autonomous navigation.

Ph.D in mathematics or computer science desired, but not required for otherwise exceptional candidates. Fluency in Python required.

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What We're Building

Helm.ai is an algorithm- and AI- centric company working on the fundamental perception problem for autonomous navigation. Our ultimate goal is achieving full autonomy - that is, safe algorithmic navigation completely independent from any human input - for self-driving cars, drones and consumer robots. We are productizing along the full spectrum of autonomy, using our state of the art computer vision and semi-supervised deep learning technology.

We are currently a team of 7, expanding to 10-12. We are looking to hire

* Researchers, with strong backgrounds in at least one of applied mathematics, machine learning, or deep learning.
* Engineers, with strong backgrounds in at least one of scaling data pipelines, deep learning, general software engineering.

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Team

Vladislav Voroninski
CEO of Helm.ai. Applied mathematician. Co-inventor of mathematical phase retrieval. Solved open problems in computer vision, quantum mechanics, and optimization
Tudor Achim
CTO at helm.ai. Previously PhD in CS at Stanford, started ML team at Quora, CS/math at CMU.

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