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Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Artificial Intelligence University of Bath Department for Computer Science United Kingdom

 The candidate’s main research interests will be in a core area of AI such as machine learning, reinforcement learning, natural language processing or AI for robotics, possibly with engagement in related areas such as human-computer interaction or visual computing.

Current collaborators include DeepMind, Google AI, Tsinghua, Zhejiang, São Paulo, the Office for National Statistics, the NHS, and many others across sectors including autonomous systems, entertainment, elite sport, and healthcare technologies.

You are expected to hold a PhD and to have an international reputation for excellent publications in artificial intelligence, backed up by an excellent track record and outstanding potential to lead research projects, funding bids and teaching.

You will contribute to teaching and must have a continuing commitment to maintaining the University’s high standards in teaching and learning, with the ability to educate and inspire some of the brightest students in the country.

For informal discussion about the roles, please contact Prof Eamonn O’Neill (E.ONeill@bath.ac.uk or +44 (0)1225 383216), however, please ensure that all applications are submitted via the University website.

CC6661 Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Artificial Intelligence - Jobs at Bath

The Department of Computer Science at the University of Bath wishes to appoint an academic with internationally leading expertise in artificial intelligence.

The candidate’s main research interests will be in a core area of AI such as machine learning, reinforcement learning, natural language processing or AI for robotics, possibly with engagement in related areas such as human-computer interaction or visual computing.

You are expected to hold a PhD and to have an international reputation for excellent publications in artificial intelligence, backed up by an excellent track record and outstanding potential to lead research projects, funding bids and teaching.

You will contribute to teaching and must have a continuing commitment to maintaining the University’s high standards in teaching and learning, with the ability to educate and inspire some of the brightest students in the country.

For informal discussion about the roles, please contact Prof Eamonn O’Neill (E.ONeill@bath.ac.uk or +44 (0)1225 383216), however, please ensure that all applications are submitted via the University website.