Machine Learning Researcher

Employer
Big Cloud
Location
Cranford, UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
26 Sep 2020

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Are you a PhD qualified Researcher Scientist with extensive NLP experience?

Do you want to work on both applied and theoretical research?

Do you want to work for a well-known international company?



BigCloud is hiring for a global financial services company with a large AI team in London. They are looking for excellent NLP Research Scientists to join them in cutting edge research and building AI focussed products in NLP and deep learning (particularly working with data in text, conversation, and transactions).

They are looking for people published at top conferences who can be involved in ground-breaking research, writing academic papers and articles (they sponsor top international conferences) and help to create a variety of products.



What experience do you need?

· A PhD in Computer Science, AI, Machine Learning or similar.

· A publication history at top international conferences (NIPS, AAAI, ICML, ACL, ICLR, IJCAI, EMNLP etc)

· Ideally a mix of academia and industry with robust coding and hands-on experience.

In return, they offer very strong packages, the chance to accelerate your career and work on exciting research. They also give you plenty of freedom and the chance to be heavily involved in the research community.

If this looks good, apply now and we will be in touch shortly to discuss your application further.

Big Cloud is a Machine Learning recruiting firm. We're lucky enough to recruit the best candidates in the most exciting companies all over the world.



We try to reply to all unsuccessful applications, but we're human (for now).



Check out www.bigcloud.io/hotjobs to see what else we're recruiting for.
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