We empower our people to be the best in what they do. We invest in everyone's personal and professional growth so that we may grow as a company.
We’re an international team from all walks of life, unified in our desire to be innovators, change makers and helpful stewards of AI as it begins to shape our world for years to come.
We work in an agile, interdisciplinary environment that fosters collaboration, creativity, and learning.
You'll find us doing everything from using geospatial optimisation to plan infrastructure upgrades to transforming the insurance industry or calibrating quantum computers... We've even been known to discover an exoplanet or two.
"I was excited to join the team because of my interest in responsible AI. Mind Foundry is an excellent place to explore what is ethically desirable, legally useful, and technologically possible for AI in high-stakes applications. Not just in theory, but in practice."
"I was an academic before joining, so nearly everything is different. Failure is fast, impact is quick, problems need solving now, and teams are long-lived. In academia, projects can go for months without progress, you can be working with multiple collaborators, but not feel part of a team, and impact is all down to you."
“I'm an RSE, which means I bridge the gap between science and software engineering. This is quite a creative problem-solving role because it works both ways: encoding scientific rigour into software architecture, and turning ML 'cool ideas' into production applications.”
"Everyone always has time for you here. It’s really nice to be part of a team who makes you feel fully supported in developing your career and goals. The team are always open to new ideas and ways we can adapt especially while being more remote! "
*Benefits vary slightly by country. In the UK they include the following and more: Equity after a qualifying period, Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Pension, Generous Holiday, Remote Working (especially during pandemics!), Flexible Working Hours, Cycle to Work Scheme...
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