Pittsburgh, PA | October 31 — Our Pittsburgh-based Cognistx team is looking for a Data Science Engineer to help develop and implement large-scale projects as a technical project leader.
Data Science Engineer
The role of Data Science Engineer is a critical one at Cognistx. This person will have strong technical and analytic skills as well as project leadership responsibilities across the entire product development life cycle, paired with the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously.
- Strong computer science foundation, with the ability to design and implement efficient large-scale analytic computations (course work and/or relevant real-world experience)
- Familiarity with practical applications of machine learning methods on large-scale datasets
- Responsible for all phases of analytic development, including requirements refinement, design, implementation, testing and optimization, and deployment to production
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to collaborate with distributed teams, including a development team in India
- Temperament that’s consistent with working in an uncertain and exciting startup environment
- Based in Pittsburgh, PA
- Willingness to work at home as well as occasional client travel
Daily Functions and Expectations:
Work closely with Chief Data Scientist, Product Development Manager, SVP Operations and Development Team to design, develop and implement large-scale projects as technical project leader
Chief Data Scientist / SVP of Operations
Successful candidates will present current CV, 3 professional references and samples/documentation of completed work to HR@cognistx.com.
Competitive salary and benefits.
Cognistx is an applied technology company harnessing the latest in data science – Big Data, advanced analytics, natural language processing, and artificial intelligence – to solve real world problems for our clients. Our SmartCognitives Engine is used to deliver individualized, intelligent content whether it’s an offer, article, dashboard, chat or recommendation and is technology-agnostic, so it’s easily integrated with existing apps, web sites, chat bots, POS systems and more.
Founded in 2015, Cognistx is privately-held with offices in Pittsburgh, PA; Raleigh, NC and Winston-Salem, NC. The company has been nominated for Startup of the Year by the Pittsburgh Technology Council and has just released its first cognitive-powered mobile app in late-October.
Rochester, NY | October 25, 2016 — Introducing MotoManager™, our new cognitive app experience for Mr. Tire™. MotoManager is a resourceful and individualized tool that helps Mr. Tire customers simplify their vehicle maintenance routine. With MotoManager, customers find a place to conveniently store service records, receive reminders and coupons specifically relevant to their vehicles’ needs, search for tires at the nearest store, schedule an appointment for an oil change and so much more!
Curious to try MotoManager for yourself? Download MotoManager for free from Apple’s App Store or Google’s Play Store and complete the onboarding process to receive $25 off your next service or a free conventional oil change.
Winston-Salem NC | October 20, 016 – Inside a suite of laboratories nestled amid what was once the world’s largest tobacco manufacturing complex, a team of researchers is growing human bladders, tracheas and muscles using the patients’ own cells. In another laboratory, workers are producing human ears and tissue with a 3D printer. In the not-too-distant future they hope to “bioprint” kidneys, noses, livers and other tailor-made organs and tissue for surgical implantation. It’s work that’s healing wounded soldiers and sick civilians, but it’s also a remarkably apt metaphor for the regeneration that has helped bring this city of 230,000 back to life.
Pittsburgh, PA | October 9, 2016 — CBS’s 60 Minutes gets to the heart of Artificial Intelligence research and visits Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science, “the birthplace of some of the most intelligent A.I. systems today — like the technology that helps run NASA’s Mars rover and the driverless car.” Cognistx’s Chief Data Scientist, Eric Nyberg, is a Professor and Director of the Computational Data Science Program at CMU’s School of Computer Science.
CBS visited other prominent players in the field of AI for the episode, which aired on October 9, and explored what AI holds for business, healthcare, and beyond. At CMU, CBS’s Charlie Rose interviewed Andrew Moore, the Dean of the School of the Computer Science at CMU. Moore discussed specific research projects at CMU, such as smart maritime technology that’s currently being tested by the U.S. Navy, as well as broader topics about the future of AI. One thing is certain: CMU’s School of Computer of Science is leading the charge in AI and machine learning, and it has the potential to solve very specific problems as well as massive, worldwide concerns.
From Moore: “The biggest problems of the world, terrorism, mass migration, climate change, when I look at these problems, I don’t feel helpless; I feel that this generation of young computer scientists is actually building technology to put the world right.”
Los Angeles, CA | October 10 — Cognistx CEO Sanjay Chopra recently wrapped an interview for Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland, and here are some sneak peak photos from in-studio. The program is currently in editing, and will be televised in November. Stay tuned here for details!
Yorktown Heights, NY | September 20, 2016 — Cognistx’s Co-founder and Chief Data Scientist Eric Nyberg, PhD. continues to lead in the field of cognitive computing. Nyberg was among the panelists at IBM Research’s Cognitive Colloquium: Augmenting Human Intelligence on September 18-20.
Academic, business, and government leaders gathered at IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights to shape the research agenda for cognitive computing and discuss its benefits for industry and society. Nyberg was a panelist for “Next Generation Curriculum: Learning to build, understand, and work with digital cognitive systems.” Other topics covered throughout the Colloquium ranged from deep learning and natural language understanding to cognitive infrastructure, human computer interactions, and trust and ethics in AI.
Los Angeles, CA | September 15, 2016 – Cognistx CEO Sanjay Chopra joins supermodel turned super businesswoman Kathy Ireland in studio for an exclusive interview. Full interview to air in November. Stay tuned for details! Here’s Sanjay in the studio.
Winston-Salem, NC | August 31, 2016 – Gathered around a whiteboard in the kitchen of their office suite, Sanjay Chopra and Karen Barnes are deep in conversation in a language that is all their own. Among the markings and whir of their brainstorm, a few words filter through the mass of information: chat bot, click stream, question-answering systems.
Cognistx is transforming the customer buying experience using cognitive computing, which it claims has the potential to become the most disruptive technology of the next 20 years.
“Cognitive computing is training computers to think like people,” explains Sanjay, the company’s chief executive officer and co-founder. “Human beings are good at looking at data and using that data to solve various problems. We train computers to solve problems in this same way to create solutions for our clients.”
For Cognistx, cognitive computing is a way to create moments of serendipity for retail businesses and the modern consumer. Imagine if your favorite store had a mobile app that could not only learn what products you like and when you like to shop, but send you special offers based on those preferences. Cognistx is doing just that for their clients.
Pittsburgh, PA | August 18, 2016 – Check out the finalists of the 2016 Tech 50 Awards – Cognistx is vying for Startup of the Year! Winners will be announced on November 3, 2016 with a massive celebration. It’s the biggest night in Pittsburgh’s tech sector to honor winners, network and get plugged in to Pittsburgh’s tech sector.
Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) | August 04, 2016 – Treehouse Software, Inc., of Sewickley, PA and Cognistx of Pittsburgh, PA today announced a partnership to help customers with improved data integration and individualization to fully leverage the power of cognitive computing.
Technology industry leaders from Accenture to Gartner to McKinsey recognize the future of computing will be cognitive, calling it a disruptive force and estimating the industry to reach $200 billion by 2020. Cognitive computing is based on leading edge technology including artificial intelligence, natural language processing, Big Data, advanced analytics and machine learning algorithms. The Treehouse-Cognistx partnership will allow customers to ingest massive amounts of data, whether that data is numbers, images, or audio files, and mine it to find insights that lead to action, and ultimately to increased revenue from improved customer engagement.