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Epistemic AI | Multiple Roles (see inside) | Remote (Worldwide) | Full-Time | https://www.epistemic.ai

We are building the next generation of tools to accelerate biomedical research using AI and NLP.

Our team consists of scientists and engineers who are dedicated to enabling advances in biomedical research and practice.

Our partners include some of the greatest biomedical institutions in the world, and our scientific advisory board includes pioneers and leaders of the field.

We are looking to hire senior or lead level:

* front-end engineers

* full-stack engineers

* devops engineers

We are searching for demonstrably tenacious, resilient individuals who are relentless in their pursuit of a solution and who thrive when challenged. You, like us, have the desire and drive to build something incredible from the ground up. You, like us, are competitive yet collaborative and strive for excellence in your work. You have passion and compassion, with empathy and deep respect for customers and colleagues. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.

Our team is fully remote, with team members in North America, Europe, and APAC. We hire in all time zones. The compensation we are offering is generous for a company of our size, including competitive cash and equity compensation, 401K matching, excellent health insurance (no monthly payments). We also subsidize equipment, education, and home office furniture. Our technology stack is based on AWS (Cloud), Python 3, Tensorflow, Pytorch (NLP, ML, Deep Learning), Graph databases, Typescript and React (Frontend). We have a CI/CD pipeline and a continuous release process (CircleCI, Github). We train ML and NLP models on clusters of GPUs on Amazon and on Google Cloud TPUs.

If you're intrigued and want to come help accelerate biomedical research please drop us a line at jobs@epistemic.ai

Hey all, this is Stefano, CEO and co-founder. Please AMA!

Hello Stefano, thank you for your post on Epistemic AI. I don't have the experience to apply there yet, but I was wondering if you could suggest any tips to someone from a non-tech engineering background looking to enter tech, and AI in particular.

Thank you in advance!

Hi superout, that is a loaded question, hard to answer without more context (what are your goals? what is your background, can you program already, what's your learning style, etc). In general, so many options out there... Sorry I can't be more helpful.

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