Offers “Amazon”

Filled Amazon

2020 Machine Learning Internship - Natural Language Processing (Berlin)

  • Internship
  • Berlin, GERMANY

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Job description


Are you excited about developing state-of-the-art Natural Language Processing algorithms and designs using large data sets to solve real world problems? Do you have proven analytical capabilities and can multi-task and thrive in a fast-paced environment? Do you want to build a foundation for your career after your Master's or Ph.D program at an industry-leading company? You enjoy the prospect of solving real-world problems that, quite frankly, have not been solved at scale anywhere before. Along the way, you’ll get opportunities to be a fearless disruptor, prolific innovator, and a reputed problem solver—someone who truly enables machine learning to create significant impacts.

As an Applied Science Intern, you will bring statistical modeling and machine learning advancements to data analytics for customer-facing solutions in complex industrial settings. You will be working in a fast-paced, cross-disciplinary team of researchers who are leaders in the field.

You will take on challenging problems, distill real requirements, and then deliver solutions that either leverage existing academic and industrial research, or utilize your own out-of-the-box pragmatic thinking. In addition to coming up with novel solutions and prototypes, you may even need to deliver these to production in customer facing product.


- Research experience related to machine learning, deep learning, NLP

- Published and/or presented papers at ACL, EMNLP, NeurIPS or similar top-tier conferences and events

Ideal candidate profile


- Currently enrolled in a graduate degree program (either MS or Ph.D.) in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Mathematics, or related field with specialization in machine learning, deep learning, NLP or related fields

- Strong working knowledge of programming languages such as Python and deep learning frameworks

- Practical machine learning experience