AI Data Scientist (KTP Associate)
Updated: Oct 26
Are you a graduate with a PhD in Computer Science?
Are you skilled in text analytics?
Do you have experience in user modelling and machine learning?
Do you want to work in Research & Development for a new and exciting company looking to build AI-based tools for the healthcare sector?
The University of Leeds' School of Computing has an excellent opportunity for you to ‘fast-track’ your career in industry by leading a high-profile, strategically important project from start to completion.
Through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), you will work with the Artificial Intelligence group at the School of Computing at the University of Leeds to develop a leading-edge personalisation insights platform (PIP) using AI to help determine the use of behavioural interventions in the healthcare sector.
View the opportunity on the University's Jobs Page here:
Scaled Insights is a forward-thinking and innovative company aiming to deliver more effective behavioural healthcare through new and exciting uses of AI. Scaled Insights are based at the University of Leeds' innovation hub, Nexus (picture below).
Scaled Insights has already developed and patented an AI tool that underpins the company’s strategic objectives and as a KTP Associate working with them you will be part of a bold and exciting vision to apply state-of-the-art AI methods to the already existing PIP product. The project will look to develop such methods so the product can be applied to different domains and Scaled Insights is able to expand and access new markets outside of the healthcare industry.
Working with the School of Computing at the University of Leeds you will have access to first class computer facilities where you will be able to conduct multi-stage experiments with cutting-edge equipment and insight from academics with vast experience in Computer Science.
To explore the post further or for any queries you may have, please contact:
Dr Stuart W. Flint, Company Supervisor (Scaled Insights) - Company Supervisor
Professor Vania Dimitrova, Professor of Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence (University of Leeds) - Academic Supervisor
Due to the current Government Coronavirus lockdown and social distancing measures, the interviews for this role are likely to be conducted remotely using Microsoft Teams or Zoom. It is also expected that relevant work within these roles may be done remotely, within the UK, while these restrictions remain in place.