Amazon Go/Dash Cart in Boston's Metro-West
Amazon Dash cart allows shoppers to checkout without lines — you just place the items in the cart and the cart will take care of the rest. When you’re done shopping, you leave the store through a designated dash lane. We charge the payment method in your Amazon account as you walk through the dash lane and send you a receipt. Check it out at https://www.amazon.com/b?ie=UTF8&node=21289116011.
Designed and custom-built by Amazonians, our Dash cart uses a variety of technologies including computer vision, sensor fusion, and advanced machine learning. Innovation is part of our DNA! Our goal is to be Earth’s most customer centric company and we are just getting started. We need people who want to join an ambitious program that continues to push the state of the art in computer vision, machine learning and algorithms.
As an applied scientist, you will help solve a variety of technical challenges and mentor other engineers. You will play an active role in translating business and functional requirements into concrete deliverables and build quick prototypes or proofs of concept in partnership with other technology leaders within the team. You will tackle challenging, novel situations every day and given the size of this initiative, you’ll have the opportunity to work with multiple technical teams at Amazon in different locations. You should be comfortable with a degree of ambiguity that’s higher than most projects and relish the idea of solving problems that, frankly, haven’t been solved before - anywhere. Along the way, we guarantee that you’ll learn a ton, have fun and make a positive impact on millions of people.
Master’s or PhD degree or foreign equivalent in Computer Science, Machine Learning, Statistics, or a related field and one year of research or work experience in the job offered, or as a Research Scientist, Research Assistant, Software Engineer, or a related occupation. Minimum five years of research or work experience in a related occupation and broad research experience after PhD degree or equivalent. Must have five year of research or work experience in the following skill(s): programming with C, C++, or Python; utilizing computer vision and machine learning technologies (deep learning or related); and analyzing and developing vision-based systems for complex project projects in Artificial Intelligence.
· PhD in computer vision, machine learning, or related discipline
· Depth and breadth in state-of-the-art computer vision and machine learning technologies
· Publications at top-tier peer-reviewed conferences or journals
· Proven track record of innovation in creating novel algorithms and advancing the state of the art
· Ability to develop practical solutions to complex problems
· Strong communication and collaboration skills
· Proficiency in C/C++ and/or python