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What type of candidates are we looking for in AIAP?

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We are looking for candidates who possess a keen interest to pursue a career in the area of machine learning and data science. We believe that candidates can come from any area of specialization, and the eligibility and requirements are as follows:

  • Eligibility
    • Singaporean only
    • Graduated from a recognized university or Polytechnic* (*with at least 3 years of working experience)
    • Eligible for TeSA CLT / TMCA Funding
  • Technical Knowledge and proficiency requirements
    • Intermediate programming experience in one of these languages: Python, R, Scala, Java, C, C++, C#, Go
    • Understand basic data pre-processing (handling missing data, outliers etc…)
    • Build machine learning models using frameworks such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, Keras, and scikit-learn
    • Build machine learning pipeline that consists of modular and sequential components to train and build models
    • Apply software engineering best practices in basic code documentation (Readme, docstrings and requirements.txt)
    • Deploy your models in Docker containers
    • Able to provision and use of cloud computing infrastructure such as Microsoft Azure
    • Able to do Linux shell scripting
    • Able to use at least one of the following database and data processing technologies such as SQL, NoSQL, Apache Hadoop and/or Apache Spark
    • Able to use GitHub/GitLab and perform proper code check-in/out and repository
    • Understand Statistical fundamentals

Beyond that, we are looking for candidates who are self-directed, independent learners, good problem solvers and work well in teams. Selection is competitive and the above are more likely our minimum requirements.  Please review this article for more information.

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