Sizzle is an exciting new startup that’s changing the world of gaming. At Sizzle, we’re building AI to automate gaming highlights, directly from Twitch and YouTube streams. We’re looking for a superstar engineer that is well versed with computer vision and AI technologies around image and video analysis. You will be responsible for: Developing computer vision algorithms to detect key moments within popular online games Leveraging baseline technologies such as TensorFlow, OpenCV, and others -- and building models on top of them Building neural network (CNN) architectures for image and video analysis, as it pertains to popular games Specifying exact requirements for training data sets, and working with analysts to create the data sets Training final models, including techniques such as transfer learning, data augmentation, etc. to optimize models for use in a production environment Working with back-end engineers to get all of the detection algorithms into production, to automate the highlight creation You should have the following qualities: Solid understanding of computer vision and AI frameworks and algorithms, especially pertaining to image and video analysis Experience using Python, TensorFlow, OpenCV and other computer vision tools Understand common computer vision object detection models in use today e.g. Inception, R-CNN, Yolo, MobileNet SSD, etc. Demonstrated understanding of various algorithms for image and video analysis, such as CNNs, LSTM for motion and inter-frame analysis, and others Familiarity with AWS environments Excited about working in a fast-changing startup environment Willingness to learn rapidly on the job, try different things, and deliver results Ideally a gamer or someone interested in watching gaming content online Skills: Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Image Processing, Neural Networks, TensorFlow, OpenCV, AWS, Python Seniority: We are open to junior or senior engineers. We're more interested in the proper skillsets. Salary: Will be commensurate with experience.
- Strong grasp on Python and basic understanding of matrix algebra - Understanding of modern deep learning techniques like CNN, Attention, LSTM, etc - Experience with TensorFlow and Keras - Experience with Computer Vision and domain specific tools like opencv