Intel Artificial Intelligence - Machine Learning Eng in San Francisco, California

Job Description

Intel's Olympics Research and Development team brings the latest Intel technology to the Olympic games in order to showcase a broad range of products /capabilities and drive business opportunities.

Solve cutting edge problems in applied AI and ML in one or more of the following areas: predictive algorithms, computer vision, object detection and localization, athlete tracking, multi-stream data fusion, robotics, speech recognition, and natural language processing.

Propose and create AI-enabled platforms that mesh multiple Intel technologies into novel applications and products to be showcased at the Olympic games.

Work closely with other groups to develop cohesive and compelling solutions that highlight Intel's capabilities and differentiation.


MS/PhD in Computer Science, Electrical Engineering or related fields such as Statistics, Applied math, Computational Neuroscience with 10+ years' experience. Background in deep learning, machine learning, reinforcement learning & big data Experience designing professional software using Python, C+Previous experience with sports and athlete analytics

Inside this Business Group

The Corporate Strategy Office is chartered to support the executive office in driving corporate initiatives, including near and long-term strategy, major cross-group decision making and ensuring cross-company alignment. To deliver to that mission, the team owns shaping, driving and synthesizing insights to directionally orient trends as well as long range strategic planning/visioning , cross company alignment and greenfield innovation. Communications are essential to drive alignment so there is a focus on communications, community and acumen development. The team is ccommitted to ensuring that Intel efforts are aligned to, and actively driving success toward the most impactful business strategies.

Other Locations

US, California, Santa Clara

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