The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Residency Program is a one-year research training position designed to give you hands-on experience with artificial intelligence research while working in Facebook AI.
The program provides young graduate who are passion about the field of Artificial Intelligence, an opportunity to kick-start their career in the field. The program is full-time and cannot be done together with university study.
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What can you benefit?
- The provides an avenue for an expansion in your knowledge in the field of AI.
- You will on projects with the Facebook working environment thus providing hands-on experience.
- You will pair you with an AI Researcher and Engineer who will both guide your project and together with the team, you will pick a research problem of mutual interest and then devise new deep learning techniques to solve it.
- You will be paid throughout the period of residency.
- Learn how to perform research in deep learning and AI.
- Understand prior work and existing literature.
- Work with mentors to identify problem(s) of interest and develop novel AI techniques.
- Translate ideas into practical code (in frameworks such as PyTorch).
- Write up research results in the form of an academic paper or open-source projects.
The selection criteria for this residency is basically for students who did the following courses: math, physics, finance, economics, linguistics, computational social science, neuroscience, and bioinformatics.
However, the program participation also allows for student from other diverse fields not related to machine learning, but prior experience in machine learning matters.
How to apply
Application for the residency is done via online. A complete application is highly considered.
Application Deadline: 31st January, 2020.
To learn more about the residency visit official website >>> The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Residency Program Facebook.