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What Disperse does
Ever wondered how skyscrapers like The Shard or The Gherkin get built? Disperse uses AI and computer vision to revolutionise the construction of iconic buildings around the world, such as the upcoming 22 Bishopsgate - the UK's second tallest building.
Join a creative, conscientious and proudly diverse community of AI researchers, software engineers, architects and designers dedicated to helping build the skylines of tomorrow.
Working as a Computer Vision Engineer at Disperse
You'll work towards applying your knowledge and expertise to shape the future of the construction industry and to have a direct impact on productivity.
You'll use and craft state-of-the-art deep learning algorithms, build and demonstrate interactive prototypes, conduct rapid software prototyping, and deploy your algorithms in our production system. You will be given lots of ownership from day one and will work closely with our Computer Vision research group and our diverse, multi-disciplinary Product and Engineering team.
You'll also be part of a fast-growing team in our London office, which means it's up to you to define the culture and to nurture future engineers that join.
What about the COVID-19 pandemic?
Since our software enables remote work, we've been essential in keeping construction sites operating safely during the crisis - which is why we need engineers like you more than ever! Most of Disperse is currently working from home and we expect this to last for the rest of the year. If you can't make it to London until next year then that's not a problem, as many of our employees have returned to their home countries until the pandemic is over.
As clichéd as it may sound, we're very proud of the people we have and the close-knit, family culture we've built across London, New York, Sarajevo and Islamabad. Despite the distances, we're united through the passion with which we approach our goals and the fun that we have along the way. We always look out for each other, no matter what. The following should give you a good idea what type of culture you'd be joining:
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