You love to make algorithms that work and add value. You have an intrinsic motivation to solve complex problems and build solutions to process large amounts of data. You have a data driven mind-set and you know how to create visualizations from data in order to tell a story. You can explain why a naïve Bayes classifier is naïve, and what a random forest is. You are eager to learn new techniques and how to apply them. You understand the strengths and weaknesses of different models and can independently choose the right approach. You like to bring theory into practice and enjoy writing applications to put your models into production, dealing with real data to help real users.
You’re looking to be a part of a high-growth, entrepreneurial culture that requires collaboration across multiple teams. Above all, you want to make a positive impact on the lives of our users through a combination of new experiences and form factors.
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Feel like you can’t tick all the boxes above? If you have some of the skills and experience that we’re looking for and are willing to use your talent to learn the rest, we encourage you to apply!
Day-to-day, we challenge each other to constantly raise the bar, encourage unconventional thinking to achieve innovative breakthroughs, and are passionately committed to surpassing our goals. We advocate a healthy lifestyle and promote continuous learning in a flexible work environment. Most of all, we set visionary goals, and we’re passionate about building the best, most impactful products that people will love.
Thalmic is a hardware + software company building exciting technologies that will shape the future of human-computer interaction, backed by a world-class team of investors including Intel Capital, Spark Capital and The Amazon Alexa Fund.
We announced our first product, the Myo gesture control armband, in 2013, and pre-sold over 10,000 units in the first 48 hours. Myo is now shipping worldwide and has gone on to win numerous awards, including Digital Trends’ “Best of CES 2014” Award for Cool Tech.