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Research Engineer in Machine Learning - Colfax Research


Colfax International, a Silicon Valley company with 28 years of experience in high-end computing systems, is growing its research team by opening a full-time position of Research Engineer in Machine Learning based in Sunnyvale, California, USA. We are looking for professionals with passion for parallel computing with emphasis on machine learning tasks to help us expand our activity in research, education and consulting on modern computing technologies. Colfax International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected by law.

Machine Learning research Engineer


The Advanced Robotics team is looking for a Machine Learning research engineer for a new and exciting project. As a member of our team you take part in developing an advanced robotics simulation software. The software you will be utilized to train ML models for different robotic skills such as vision, grasping,manipulation etc. In addition, you will be solving complex manufacturing industry problems using ML techniques. We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate unlawfully on the grounds of age, disability, gender assignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation or trade union membership.

Professor in Artificial Intelligence - Center for Artificial Intelligence Research


The Department of ICT has several large and active research groups in Information and Communication Technology including 12 Professors, 15 Associate Professors, 10 Assistant professors and about 15 Research Fellows on the PhD programme in ICT. The department pursues a variety of research interests, focusing especially on Wireless Communications and Embedded Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Data Analytics, Crisis Management, eLearning and eHealth. The department has successfully led a number of large research projects funded by the Research Council of Norway; the EU research programmes FP7 and H2020, as well as national and international industries. CAIR opened on March 2nd, 2017. At startup the centre will host 13 researchers, whose most prominent research contributions can be found within: bandit algorithms, Bayesian learning, probabilistic reasoning, ant colony optimization, pattern recognition, learning automata, natural language processing, and stochastic optimization.