The head of Google’s AI division is hiring the smartest and most talented engineers to help run its AI efforts.
And the best part is, they’re all paid a lot of money.
As part of its new hiring strategy, Google is going to use the Google Brain AI Lab to train the best and brightest from around the world, said Brian McClendon, Google’s vice president of human-centered AI.
Google Brain Lab has a $500 million budget and about 500 researchers working in more than 20 countries, according to McClendon.
The Google Brain Lab is working on AI technologies for robots, autonomous driving, and medical diagnostics.
The group also works on building artificial intelligence tools that can predict the future and help businesses optimize their workflows.
It’s also working on machine learning, which is the process of building artificial neural networks that can learn from data to predict future outcomes.
Google says it wants to hire AI talent across a wide range of fields including robotics, artificial intelligence, and artificial intelligence for health, education, finance, logistics, transportation, security, and other industries.
It also says it’s interested in people who have backgrounds in artificial intelligence and machine learning.