A post shared by Virginias Tech (@virginiastech) on Mar 19, 2018 at 1:00pm PDT The company’s website lists an online test for the position of a software engineer.
It also lists a list of “highly sought after positions” for the job.
“We will be looking for an experienced engineer with expertise in computer vision, machine learning and deep learning.
We are seeking an ideal candidate to join the team of VisionWorks in the UK,” the job description reads.
“Your skills will enable us to further improve VisionWorks AI technology and the capabilities of our autonomous driving and artificial intelligence systems.”
Virginias tech is part of Virginias Digital, the company’s parent company.
The company is looking for engineers who are passionate about creating and developing cutting edge technology.
It does not specify which technologies it is looking to develop, or what the company expects the work to be done.
Virginias digital said in a statement: “We are looking for someone with a strong passion for the development of AI-based software, to work on cutting-edge AI-related technologies and software that will have an impact on the business and the wider society.”
We are an open-source company that is passionate about advancing AI and machine learning in our industry.
“Virtually all of our AI work is done using the cloud.
In addition to our research and development teams, we also run several AI and deep-learning labs.”
The company says it is “very excited” about the position.
Virginises statement comes a week after Virginias chief executive officer, Ian McElroy, told the BBC that the company has “a good chance” of hiring a software engineering graduate.
“You can’t do this job without the right talent,” McElry said.
“It’s a tough call.”
The BBC also reports that Virginias CEO said that “in our next few months” the company will hire “some very talented engineers”.
The company said it had “received offers from companies across the world”.
Virginias is one of the world’s biggest technology companies and was valued at $9.6bn in 2018, according to Bloomberg.
It is one a number of tech companies in the US that have taken a cautious approach to the use of AI.
Uber recently announced that it was hiring a team of software engineers, but did not provide any details about the positions.
Virginis CEO Ian McIlroy said that the AI industry is “in a bubble” and that there is “no shortage of talent”.
Virginia’s stock has soared in recent weeks.
In January, it jumped nearly 30% in a day, and in March it jumped more than 10%.
In January it posted an $11.7m profit, and the following month, it posted a $7.4m profit.
It had $1.8bn in revenue in 2017, according the company.
Virginity has a reputation for offering top-notch talent in a fast-paced, high-stakes industry.
In August, the board of directors of the company said that it had hired a “small number” of software developers and engineers.
The new hires will be given the opportunity to test the technology and see how it works before they are brought on board.
“These highly sought after engineers will be working in our highly-skilled technology team,” Virginias board said.
In its most recent financial report, the tech company said: “Our strategy for the coming quarters is to accelerate our focus on creating an AI technology team with strong leadership and a strong understanding of the needs of the industry.”
Virginis shares are up more than 50% since McElriys comments.