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2024 Intern, Computer Vision

  • Internship
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Software Engineering
  • Mountain View

AI generated summary

  • You must be pursuing a MS or PhD, skilled in Python, able to analyze research papers, have publications in top-tier CV/ML/AI conferences/journals, and possess strong communication skills.
  • You will read papers, build data pipelines, code in Python, conduct experiments and evaluate models for Samsung's Computer Vision team.


  • Currently pursuing a MS or PhD degree
  • Experience with programming in Python
  • Ability to read research papers and identify potential strengths and weakness
  • Previous submissions or publications in top-tier conference and journals in CV/ML/AI such as CVPR, ECCV, ICCV, ICML, NeurIPS, AAAI
  • Strong oral and written communication skills


  • Reading research papers in the field and presenting in reading groups
  • Building a synthetic data creation pipeline
  • Writing code for distributed and low-rank adaptation training in Python and Pytorch
  • Automated evaluation techniques including using other foundational models as a judge
  • Executing experiments, documenting their progress and presenting insights


What is the location of the Samsung AI Research Center (SAIC)?

The Samsung AI Research Center (SAIC) is located in Mountain View, California.

What are the main responsibilities of the Computer Vision Intern at SAIC?

The main responsibilities of the Computer Vision Intern include reading research papers, building a synthetic data creation pipeline, writing code for training in Python and Pytorch, automated evaluation techniques, executing experiments, documenting progress, and presenting insights.

What skills are required for the Computer Vision Intern position at SAIC?

The required skills for the Computer Vision Intern position at SAIC include programming in Python, ability to read research papers, previous submissions or publications in CV/ML/AI conferences and journals, and strong oral and written communication skills.


Mission & Purpose

Founded in October 1988, Samsung Research America (SRA) builds upon Samsung’s 40-year history in the Bay Area. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices across the United States and Canada, SRA is engaged in researching emerging technology to create new businesses and developing core technology to enhance the competitiveness of Samsung products. We also play a key role in providing the infrastructure to support Samsung’s open innovation and university collaboration activities.