From: Software Engineer – Maps for Asha Smartphones (Scheme)
The Nokia Asha range of smartphones is taking the world by storm. Sales of these feature-packed yet affordable devices have been steadily increasing in the world’s major markets – so much so that we need to expand our HERE development team to provide all the location-based functionality and features our customers are demanding.
We’re looking for an experienced, energetic and attentive software engineer to help us create leading-edge mapping and orientation experiences for the latest Asha phones. If you believe in our philosophy of ‘doing good,’ join us and help people around the world find their way and enjoy their lives even more using our maps and apps.
Your main role will be to specify, implement and ensure automation, stability and quality of software tests running on mobile devices on various platforms. And you’ll be a valuable member of a crack team of front- and back-end developers, graphic designers and interaction designers from all over the world.
Nicely enough you’ll be doing all of this work in one of the liveliest and most creative cities in the world, Berlin – and in a shiny new office building with cafeteria, gym, sauna, game room and lots of talented, friendly and creative people in it.
From this posting: Artificial Intelligence Intern Job
SAIC’s Sensors and Phenomenology Operation has an internship position at its Autonomy and Analytics Division in Arlington, Virginia for the summer of 2013.
Under the general supervision of a staff researcher, the Intern will perform a wide variety of duties applicable to their field of study supporting technical projects often in a team environment. Interns may be asked to participate in activities supporting multiple projects or work on a small task that contributes to a large project of great importance. Interns will have the opportunity throughout the summer to participate in additional activities to include multiple social functions, SAIC Interns’ Outing to a Nats game, and numerous coaching sessions on life after college.
The goal for this internship is to explore artificial intelligence (AI) techniques for diagram and chart analysis in real-world domains. This research may also look at related areas, such as diagrammatic and visual reasoning, document retrieval from large corpora or from the web, and diagram generation.
Systems will be built using Clojure and/or Scheme, so experience with one of these languages or with Lisp is essential. Although systems will not be built with Java, familiarity with existing Java libraries is also useful.