Cortana is a key ingredient of Microsoft's vision to democratize Artificial Intelligence and empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Cortana's natural user experience will fundamentally change the way we use devices, applications, services and technology in the next wave of computing. And we're looking for the right people to envision and help deliver an experience that people can't do without, that gives them more time for the important things, alleviates the stress of daily lives and bring smiles to faces. If you are passionate, creative, and want to thrive on the cutting edge of AI, then the Cortana team is where you need to be. Not only do we partner with product groups like Windows, Xbox and Skype, we work closely with Microsoft Research to contribute to the future of AI and machine learning. We are engineers, researchers, designers, writers, natural language and text-to-speech experts, thought-leaders and key influencers. We take seriously our responsibility
Key capabilities: • Are able to break down complex business and technical problems into opportunities for analytical study. • Have extensive knowledge in data science including expertise in one or more of: machine learning, big data/data mining, statistics, business/customer intelligence, data modeling, databases, data warehousing, bioinformatics, information theory, or a similar field. • Are inherently curious, energized by large challenges, and interested in making a significant impact on a globally scaled business.
Skills and Qualifications: • Have a deep expertise in data science with a strong understanding of analytic tools such as R, Python, RapidMiner, SAS, SPSS, and KNIME, and their use across a wide variety of data sets. • Have hands-on experience with graph modelling and computational network models. Demonstrate strong communications and presentation skills, and the ability to work across teams, executives, and subject matter experts to drive results. • Are a tenacious problem solver that is comfortable with ambiguity. • Bachelor's degree in computer science, Applied Mathematics, Statistics, or the