There is no doubt that artificial intelligence is changing our lives. An almost human sounding bot can create your emails, teach you a new language, book your travel or even be your friend.
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One woman I spoke to on my national radio show even married her AI partner. I kid you not, she says she’s the perfect partner.
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When it comes to AI and work, it’s easy to get nervous that technology will make yours obsolete. Review this list to see if AI could change the way you work for the better.
OpenAI is the company behind ChatGPT and yes they are hiring. This position on the Policy Research team is for an experienced machine learning researcher. The pay range is $200,000 to $370,000 with generous equity and benefits such as 29 weeks of paid parental leave, insurance for your entire family, and unlimited time off.
The role includes testing and evaluating AI systems and developing fixes for dangerous model capabilities and existential risks, fairness and impersonation, as well as untruthful, hallucinatory, or otherwise unwanted model behavior.
The work is in San Francisco and OpenAI offers relocation benefits.
Adobe, the powerhouse behind Photoshop, Acrobat, and everything in between, is hiring a Senior Creative Evangelist specializing in Artificial Intelligence. This role is about building and supporting the use and understanding of AI within the business (hence Evangelist).
Up to 50% of the job requires travel as this person will be conducting demonstrations, community engagement and events. Are you qualified? A bachelor’s degree is preferred, with over seven years of experience in community relations and over two years in the creative industry or using creative tools. Since it’s Adobe, you’ll also need a solid background and design portfolio.
Pay varies depending on where you work, ranging from $100,100 to $200,200 annually.
The insurance company GEICO is also in the AI game. They are hiring for a Remote Data Scientist focused on Natural Language Processing with experience and a passion for innovation at the intersection of data experimentation and marketing.
Preferred Qualifications: Over three years of data science experience, a solid statistical understanding and experience with Bayesian learning, experiment design, and clustering and segmentation methods.
The pay range is $120,000 to $190,000 annually. GEICO offers no-waiting period insurance, 401(k) with profit sharing, and tuition reimbursement, among other benefits.
Here’s another job for researchers. ShortList Recruitment are looking for an AI Researcher. Their client is one of the “leading AI research companies in the US” and needs a highly skilled researcher on the team.
The remote role has a base salary of $200,000 to $240,000 and requires 3+ years of AI research experience, specializing in Deep Learning.
Naturally, Microsoft makes the list. They’re hiring a data annotation specialist. A bachelor’s degree is not required, but you must speak and write Quebec French.
This operational role will help build the next generation of speech recognition by producing high-quality transcripts that train and improve Microsoft products and services. The hired person will use in-house tools to transcribe and annotate data, review content for accuracy and consistency, and evaluate transcription tools.
Qualifications include a high school diploma or GED, fantastic knowledge of Quebec French, and more than two years of troubleshooting or customer service experience.
AI research and security firm Anthropic is looking for the right person to “discover, test, and document best practices,” build a library of tips for getting things done, create tutorials, and work directly with clients.
The San Francisco-based role is suitable if you have a creative hacker spirit and love to solve puzzles and a passion for making powerful technology safe and beneficial to society.
Expected salary range is $280,000 to $375,000, along with equity. Benefits include insurance for you and your family, 401k with 4% match, unlimited paid vacation, and relocation support for moving to the Bay Area.
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