Christopher M. Bishop
Chris Bishop is a Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft Research Cambridge,
where he leads the Machine Learning and Perception group.
He is also Vice President of the Royal Institution of Great Britain,
and Professor of Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh. He
is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of the
Royal Society of Edinburgh, and a Fellow of Darwin College Cambridge.
research interests include machine learning and its
Job opportunities in Machine Learning at Microsoft Research
Microsoft Research Cambridge is seeking talented software developers to work on the Infer.NET project (http://research.microsoft.com/infernet). Infer.NET is a framework for developing and deploying machine learning and inference solutions. It has been developed within the Machine Learning and Perception group, which has an excellent track record of incorporating leading edge research into bestselling products including the body part recognition technology in Kinect for Xbox 360 and the advertising prediction algorithm used in Bing. Available positions include Research Software Design Engineer, Senior Software Design Engineer, and Software Design Engineer.
Infer.NET is a framework for
running Bayesian inference in graphical models. It has been used
in a wide variety of domains including information retrieval,
bioinformatics, epidemiology, computer vision, and many others.
Infer.NET is available for
Prof Christopher M. Bishop
Microsoft Research Ltd
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