Shield AI

Jobs at Shield AI

We protect service members and innocent civilians with artificially intelligent systems

Shield AI provides artificial intelligence for a safer, more secure world. We enable machines to understand the world and learn from their experiences to enable truly intelligent behavior. Our platforms can gain access to denied environments and parse vast quantities of information to afford humans unprecedented situational awareness. Shield AI's goal is to reduce American and civilian casualties to 0 by 2030. Join us to define the future of AI and autonomy. Expect challenging work, broad responsibility, brilliant colleagues, lots of fun, and the chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of millions of people.

What We're Building

We empower robots to go where people and robots cannot go today - to gather critical intelligence that makes battlefields safer for service members and innocent civilians. We do cool stuff in the areas of deep learning, online learning, life-long learning, perception, state estimation, planning, controls, and hardware design.

Jobs at Shield AI

Shield AI Team

Brandon Tseng
COO @ Shield AI; Former Navy SEAL, Mechanical engineer, Excited about AI & robotics. Harvard Business School; United States Naval Academy.
Andrew Reiter
CTO @ Shield AI, GPS-denied navigation @ Draper before that. SLAM, autonomy & all things robotics. BS Northwestern, MS Harvard.
Ryan Tseng
Founded WiPower (Sold to QCOM - Good exit); Developed TIME Magazine Tech Product of Year 2014 (Along with Model S, Oculus, iPhone 6); MIT grad, EE.
Manas Menon
MIT Ph.D. in robotics, instrumentation and control. Very early stage startup experience.
Connor Kite
Mechanical Engineer at Shield AI, Stanford MSME
Michele Maley
Currently at @Shield AI - making the world safer and more secure. Previously marketing and BD roles with @ScoreStream & @EvoNexus
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