The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence
Are you interested in honing your engineering skills while learning about cutting-edge developments in Artificial Intelligence? If so, an internship at AI2 may be the perfect opportunity. AI2 will be reviewing applications and scheduling interviews for 2020 internships in early November. Start dates will be between January and July. We are open to internships that are 3 months or longer.
At AI2, you'd be working not just with talented software engineers but also with world-class AI researchers. We have projects on understanding and answering real-world questions, learning from pictures and videos, and building the world's best academic search engine. As an intern at AI2, you would be paired with a mentor and embedded on a team. Over the course of your time at AI2, you would complete 2-3 substantial projects that would build your resume and leave an impact on AI2.
We have a beautiful office right on Lake Union; catered lunches three times a week; great pay; smart, friendly and helpful co-workers; and even a couple of kayaks you can take out on sunny days.
Potential projects you might do:
- ReViz: building a system that efficiently serves state-of-the-art deep learning models on GPUs.
- ReViz: extending our internal leaderboard product (http://leaderboard.allenai.org/ ( http://leaderboard.allenai.org/ )) so external users can host their own leaderboard on our platform.
- Beaker: creating advanced alerts to terminate running experiments that fail certain criteria, allowing us to save money on experiments that won't pay off.
- Beaker: diffing experiments so users can easily identify which changed between multiple trials.
- Students who are late in their program (juniors, seniors, or masters students) or recently graduated, and have an excellent academic record.
- Successful past internships (or full time employment) at top technology companies.
The Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence is a non-profit research institute in Seattle founded by Paul Allen and headed by Professor Oren Etzioni. The core mission of AI2 is to contribute to humanity through high-impact research in artificial intelligence.
In addition to AI2's core mission, we also aim to contribute to humanity through how we treat each member of the AI2 Team! Some highlights are:
- We are a learning organization – because everything AI2 does is ground-breaking, we are learning every day. Similarly, through weekly AI2 Academy lectures, a wide variety of world-class AI experts as guest speakers, and our commitment to your personal on-going education, AI2 is place where you will have opportunities to continue learning right alongside us;
- We value diversity - We seek to hire, support, and promote people from all genders, ethnicities, and all levels of experience regardless of age. We particularly encourage applications from women, non-binary individuals, people of color, members of the LGBTQA+ community, and people with disabilities of any kind.
- We value inclusion - We understand the value that people's individual experiences and perspectives can bring to an organization, and we are building a culture in which all voices are heard, respected and considered.
- We emphasize a healthy work/life balance – we believe our team members are happiest and most productive when their work/life balance is optimized. While we value powerful research results which drive our mission forward, we also value dinner with family, weekend time, and vacation time. We offer generous paid vacation and sick leave as well as family leave;
- We are collaborative and transparent – we consider ourselves a team, all moving with a common purpose. We are quick to cheer our successes, and even quicker to share and jointly problem solve our failures;
- We are in Seattle – and our office is on the water! We have mountains, we have lakes, we have four seasons, we bike to work, we have a vibrant theater scene, and we have so much else. We even have kayaks for you to paddle right outside our front door;
- We welcome interest from applicants from outside of the United States;
- We are friendly – chances are you will like every one of the 100+ (and growing!) people who work here. We do!
If you need assistance or an accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at [email protected] or you may call us at 206-548-5600.