DSP Developer – Deep Learning Group
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DNN SDK/DSP Developer
We’re looking for an SW Developer to join our Deep Learning Group – a multi-disciplinary group working in various SW and HW activities – and take part in developing state-of-the-art computer vision AI technology for edge devices and Sony image-sensors. In this role, you’ll be part of an SW team developing DSP, Java applications, and infrastructure for deep-learning platforms and applications, and produce high-quality, mature, well-tested code, and develop software representations and models. You’ll also take part in the evolution of the development environment, infrastructure, and methodology and collaborate closely with other SW teams.
- BSc in computer science/software engineering or equivalent
- At least 3+ years of industry experience in SW development (outstanding graduate candidates will be also considered)
- Strong understanding of computer science fundamentals, including graph theory, algorithms, data structures, and object-oriented analysis and design
- Proficiency in Java, coding styles, design patterns, development environments, testing environments, build systems, and continuous integration
- Motivated team player
- Background in computer architecture and familiarity with DSP processors environment and fixed-point design are an advantage