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  • December 2, 2016

Summer 2017 Internship positions at IRML

Adam Pocock
Principal Member of Technical Staff

The Information Retrieval and Machine Learning (IRML) group at Oracle Labs is looking for several highly motivated interns for Summer 2017.

The candidates should be proficient in one or more areas of Machine Learning, including Classification, Statistical NLP, and Computer Vision. Our current focus is in the areas of information extraction, structured prediction, topic models, causal inference, and deep learning. Research experience in any of these areas is strongly preferred. The candidates should also have good implementation skills in Java, Scala, Python or other common language of choice. We are open to both Masters and PhD candidates, but PhD candidates are preferred.

The Information Retrieval and Machine Learning Group is located at Oracle Labs in Burlington, MA. The candidate would need to relocate to this area. Please send your CV to pallika.kanani@oracle.com for applications or questions about the positions. Oracle is an equal opportunity employer.

Oracle Labs will have a booth at NIPS 2016, where you can drop by and talk to Pallika or other members of the Labs.

About IRML:

The group is tasked with developing core Information Retrieval, statistical Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning technologies in order to help solve complex and challenging business problems. We collaborate with a number of Oracle product groups, working on projects like classification, search relevance, feature selection, Bayesian inference, sentiment analysis, named entity recognition, entity linking, and product attribute extraction. We also publish our research at top conferences.

We're also looking for people to join our team for full-time positions.

You can learn more about our research on our project page or by reading other entries on this blog.

About Oracle Labs:

The Mission of Oracle Labs is straightforward: Identify, explore, and transfer new technologies that have the potential to substantially improve Oracle's business. Oracle Labs grew out of Sun Microsystems Labs after Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems. While many product development organizations within Oracle develop leading edge technologies, Oracle Labs is devoted exclusively to research. The Labs has a wide range of projects, from research into fast VMs for dynamic languages like R and Javascript, to developing state of the art inference algorithms for clusters of GPUs.

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