BERI/CHAI Machine Learning Engineer Application
See http://humancompatible.ai/jobs#engineer and http://existence.org/jobs/ml-engineer for more information.

Successful candidates will be offered a 2 month paid trial by BERI (the Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative) to collaborate with Professor Stuart Russell's working group within the Center for Human Compatible AI at UC Berkeley, renewable for up to two years and possibly beyond.

Before proceeding with this form, please be prepared to provide:

1) A URL to your latest resume.

2) A one-page statement of interest in CHAI's mission (provably beneficial AI) and BERI's mission (humanity's long-term survival and flourishing). Attest to your willingness to support engineering work for research directions determined to be valuable by CHAI researchers.

3) The names of two or three references from academia or industry whom we could contact to attest to your skills as an engineer.

Thanks for your application!

Basic information
Your first name *
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Your last name *
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Your email *
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Your homepage (optional)
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Current position and place of employment or study *
E.g. "Software engineer at X Corp", or "Postdoc at Y University"
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PhD institution and department or area of focus (if applicable)
Where did you, or will you, receive your PhD? E.g., "UC Berkeley, Computer Science department"
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Master's institution and department or area of focus (if applicable)
E.g., "UC Berkeley, Mathematics department"
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Bachelor's institution and department or major *
E.g., "UC Berkeley, Mathematics department"
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Supporting document links
The following fields each request a link (URL) to various supporting documents. If you need a place to upload and host your documents online, you may use the public sharing functions of of services like Google Drive or DropBox to provide links to your files.
Your latest resume *
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One-page statement of interest *
Please provide a link to a one-page statement of interest describing in general terms the kind of research you would like to support at CHAI.
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Code sample *
Please provide a link to a GitHub repository or other library of code on which you were the primary contributor. Examples demonstrating fluency in Tensorflow, Pytorch, or both will be considered favorably, but are not required.
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Research results sample (optional)
If you wish, you may provide a link to a research paper that you contributed to in an engineering capacity. A link to a journal article or arxiv posting will suffice. Examples demonstrating fluency in Tensorflow, Pytorch, or both will be considered favorably, but are not required.
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Technical writing (optional)
If you wish, you may provide a link to a sample of technical writing from a project where you were primarily responsible for the technical (i.e. mathematical, statistical, or algorithmic) details. A link to a journal article or arxiv posting will suffice. This question is very much not a requirement, especially you have a solid track record as a research engineer.
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Video sample (optional)
If you wish to demonstrate your communication skills in the application, you may provide a link to a video of a presentation or talk you've given. Don't worry if none of your talks have been recorded; this is not a requirement.
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Your Google Scholar page (optional)
While not required, you might consider setting up a google scholar profile now to help you with future job applications.
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References
Please provide the names and contact information for two or three references with research experience in academia or industry, whose research projects you have assisted or collaborated on.
First name of Reference #1 *
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Last name of Reference #1 *
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Relationship of Reference #1 to you *
(e.g. "PhD advisor", "co-author", "taught me a class", ...)
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Institution of Reference #1 *
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Email of Reference #1 *
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Research homepage of Reference #1 *
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First name of Reference #2 *
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Last name of Reference #2 *
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Relationship of Reference #2 to you *
(e.g. "PhD advisor", "co-author", "taught me a class", ...)
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Institution of Reference #2 *
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Email of Reference #2 *
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Research homepage of Reference #2 *
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First name of Reference #3
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Last name of Reference #3
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Relationship of Reference #3 to you
(e.g. "PhD advisor", "co-author", "taught me a class", ...)
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Institution of Reference #3
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Email of Reference #3
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Research homepage of Reference #3
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