UX Engineer – London AI Tech Start Up

UX engineer This ground breaking client research team focuses on Machine Learning, Artificial intelligence and Neuroscience, including but not limited to deep neural models, reinforcement learning algorithms and biologically inspired models with the overall goal of building powerful general-purpose learning algorithms. they are now looking for a UX engineer to help their researchers to gain insight into the behaviour of these models by providing domain-relevant visualizations.Visualizations like these are necessary to move research forward and can be likened to the imaging work that is done in neuroscience to elicit the inner workings of the brain. We are looking for an engineer with a solid foundation in and passion for data science and web application development. They are working on a custom visualization platform to cater to their specific needs, so there is a chance to help build something from the ground up. We are looking for a self-starter who can deal with the full process of web application deployment and who is happy to work unsupervised and have a strong interest in data presentation. Minimum qualifications required to apply: • 3+ years relevant work experience • Strong knowledge of JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, Chrome, d3, canvas (or equivalent). Strong on JavaScript data management (Backbone, Angular JS) and node.js. • Experience with data science packages (e.g. scipy, Matlab) • Strong interest in data science packages like scipy, matlab etc. • Fully conversed in relevant technologies such as Stubby RPC and protocol buffers (in several languages, e.g. Go) Responsibilities • Develop visualization tools for the DeepMind research team. This includes working on our in-house tools for visualization and Google-wide tools for the same. • Work with other teams (graphics, applied, research teams) • Interact with researchers to cater for project-specific visualization needs, take requirements and write use cases. • Unit testing, code quality, reviews etc. Writing demos and technical documentation

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