MIT Lincoln Laboratory Associate Staff - Engineering in Lexington, Massachusetts
The AI Technology & Systems Group is engaged in a wide range of projects focusing on cyber analytics and multimedia processing. The group’s speech and language processing research and development (R&D) efforts include automatic speech recognition, speaker recognition, language and dialect identification, keyword search, topic analysis, speech and audio signal enhancement, and machine translation. The AITS Group’s newest R&D efforts include domain adaptation for HLTs; cross-language information retrieval systems; cyber and transaction analysis; entity and relationship extraction; cross-media recognition; recommender systems; language-learning technologies; and analysis of social networks based on information content extraction from speech, text, and video combined with network communications and activities. In each of the group’s R&D areas, emphasis is placed on realistic data and experimental evaluation of techniques. On a global scale, the AITS Group leads research in several speech, text, and multimedia analytics domains, with a long-standing and extensive publication record and history of international honors for staff.
The Artificial Intelligence Technology and Systems Group is seeking a candidate with experience in the areas of computer vision and multimedia to work with our team on research, technology development and transfer, and applications in end-to-end artificial-intelligence systems. Some of the group’s computer vision research and development (R&D) efforts include face recognition, object detection, image generation and manipulation, content authentication, model visualization, adversarial learning, and video understanding.
Conduct research and development in artificial intelligence/machine learning with application to multimedia
Develop and evaluate technology for content extraction in image and video data
Prior experience with deep learning architectures and related libraries (PyTorch, Tensorflow, etc.) is highly desired
Support the deployment of multimedia processing systems across the US Government
Interact with government sponsors in support of developing new areas of research and fulfillment of future needs
Ph.D. or Masters and 3-5 years of experience in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Data Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, or a related field
An ideal candidate will have conducted research and published academic papers in one or more ML-based multimedia processing systems
Programming expertise in Python, or equivalent prototyping language
Active secret clearance or ability to obtain a secret clearance
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Selected candidate will be subject to a pre-employment background investigation and must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret level DoD security clearance.
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