Senior A.I. and Computer Vision Engineer

Polarr


6 months ago

07/18/2019 10:21:23

Job type: Full-time

Category: Software Dev


Polarr is looking for a senior A.I. and Computer Vision Engineer to help research and commercialize new interactive experiences in video and photo using various techniques in C.V. and deep learning.  

  • Before clicking apply, please read To Prospective Team Members of Polarr, a short blog to help you understand our company, our values and more.

  • Benefits and perks: https://www.notion.so/polarr/Company-Perks-03664102040348dfa8da7c4c65deec6c

  • Our remote working culture: https://www.notion.so/polarr/Remote-Working-at-Polarr-fc20ac3d73314f7b918752807fd606d3

  • Our interview assignment: https://www.notion.so/polarr/Polarr-Prospective-Full-time-Member-Assignments-1a8e453caf2b44599de098918511b4d6

  • Our mission: To enable and inspire everyone to make beautiful creations.

What do we do in Polarr: We discovered the power of mobile GPU computing through computer graphics, and later in Neural Networks. We think such mobility not only reduces cost of computing drastically, opens brand new use-cases that help consumer A.I. to cross its uncanny-valley, but more importantly, changed how private information can be processed, preserved and transferred. We want to be a key influencer of such evolution through making exciting products, meaningful user experience, and software building parts to help other developers to participate and benefit from our contribution.

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