What you'll do:
• Research and evaluate video processing algorithms currently used in related applications
• Develop and prototype novel algorithms for various computer vision and deep learning projects
• Design new algorithms to tackle new and existing problems
Skills you have:
• PhD candidate or Masters in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering or related field. Ph.D candidate preferred
• Excellent C++/C and Python programming skills
• Experience with libraries for deep learning, such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, Keras, Caffe, etc.
• Experience on video processing, such as semantic segmentation, object detection, object tracking, image enhancement (traditional method or deep learning method), etc.
• Experience on CNN network structure optimization and acceleration
• Strong team collaboration
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