Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
The Video Engineering group is looking for a data scientist with a strong emphasis on computer vision. This position will require collaboration with multiple teams (machine learning, cloud infrastructure support, user studies). We work on multiple, related projects requiring a bit of creativity and ingenuity. You will be able to demonstrate your skills and expertise as we work together to innovate. We are an unusual team in how we operate, and we are looking for creative engineers, physicists, mathematicians, and anyone with room to grow to join us. We are unusual in the sense that our initial work was filling a gap between Face ID Algorithms, Quality Assurance (QA), and User Studies. Do you think different? Are you passionate about meaningful innovation? We often think, tinker, debate, and investigate fun problems with a high level of visibility. We also tackle a diversity of problems; as a result, work is entertaining and captivating.
- A curious mind
- An obsession for quality
- Interpersonal Skills
The data scientist will work on current and future products in the following ways: Analyze Data Deep-dive Failure Analysis to provide new points of view Discovering new perspectives from old data Leading reciprocal efforts across multiple teams Build Tools for Analyzing and Visualizing Data Produce data visualizations to communicate up and across the company Design of Experiment (DOE) for engineering studies and large scale user studies Conduct/Support data collection and analysis with other groups. Help define feature specs and expected user experience based on data
Education & Experience
PhD or Masters in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Mathematics, or similar. Alternatively, a comparable industry career, with significant experience in large-scale data analytics.
- Background in:
- Computer Vision
- Data Science
- Image Processing
- Signals and Systems
- Multivariate Statistics
- Machine Learning
- Experience working with large scale data sets
- Experience with data visualization and presentation
- Solid programming skills including:
- Does statistical significance ring a bell? Do you love tests? Do you discover solutions on long walks or during small talk?
- Excellent problem solving and communication skills