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VP of Engineering (Deep Learning)

VP of Engineering (Deep Learning)

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Machine Learning & AI

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £120000 - £130000 per annum + equity, benefits

  • Contact:

    Anna Heneghan

  • Email:

    aheneghan@understandingrecruitment.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    BBBH11232_1649044806

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2022-04-11

  • Consultant:

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VP of Engineering (Deep Learning)

How can you use Machine Learning to prevent abuse online?

Are you looking for a more autonomous and decision making role?

We are looking for a VP of Engineering (Deep Learning) to join a London based organisation that is looking to solve cyberbullying, online abuse and more. This VP / Head of Engineering will be using Vision and Natural Language Processing to find real-world solutions to content moderation.

This VP / Head of Engineering will be collaborating with their Speech team, alongside the surrounding leadership team. You will be using your prior AI experience to build out this experimental tech solution.

As a VP / Head of Engineering, you will need to have experience with Computer Vision and/or Speech or NLP. You will be a team player, able to work in a daring environment and be able to both mentor and manage junior employees.

You will be entitled to VP of Engineering (Deep Learning):

  • Competitive compensation
  • Equity offering
  • The ability to take ownership of your work
  • Make key technical decisions
  • Progress quickly in your career

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