AI/ML - Sr. Software Engineer, Machine Intelligence Neural Design (MIND) at Apple (Cupertino, CA)

AI/ML - Sr. Software Engineer, Machine Intelligence Neural Design (MIND) at Apple (Cupertino, CA)


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Location: Cupertino, CA
Type: Full Time
Created: 2021-05-04 05:01:11

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We aim to revolutionize human-computer interaction by bringing the next generation of Artificial Intelligence and multi-sensor environments to Apple devices, and we need your help. We have the opportunity to architect, innovate, and create groundbreaking technology. We build prototypes for user-facing features and create magnificent experiences. You'll collaborate and work across a range of dynamic teams of Software Engineers, Hardware Engineers, Machine Learning Engineers, and Applied Research Scientists to ship next-generation interactions to millions of Apple device users.The Machine Intelligence Neural Design (MIND) Team is looking for a Senior Software Engineer who possesses an outstanding combination of strong programming skills and a creative, user-focused mentality. You'll use start-of-the art efficient ML to build on-device software capabilities for user-device interaction. You should be at home in fast-paced environments with rapidly-evolving priorities and technology stacks. A thirst for crafting new technology with a user-first mentality is a must. Specifically You'll Focus On:- Developing software frameworks for multi-sensor interaction- Architecting systems for consuming contextual signals from the environment- Collaborating with XF teams to integrate and co-design signals that capitalize on Apples inherent advantage of vertically integrated hardware, software, and state-of-the-art ML- Collaborate with diverse teams across Apple to gain a deep understanding of context-driven user interactions- Develop systems that are highly reliable and scalable, yet refreshingly easy to support and maintain - Actively contribute to product direction by giving feedback, surfacing current issues, and discussing potential problems