As Lead AI Scientist at SpaceAble, you will be responsible for designing, developing, and implementing artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms and models to solve complex problems in the space domain. You will work closely with engineering, research, and development teams to develop innovative AI solutions and create value from space data. Your expertise in AI and space data analysis will be essential to drive advanced research projects and guide the company’s initiatives in the use of AI. Reporting to the Head of Data, you will have the following responsibilities:
AI Research and Development: Design and develop AI algorithms and models to solve specific problems related to predicting phenomena and processing space data. Apply machine learning techniques, computer vision, natural language processing, or other relevant AI domains to process data and improve operational processes.
Project Management: Lead AI projects, plan activities, establish timelines, assign tasks to the team, and ensure the delivery of results within the given deadlines. Coordinate the necessary resources and skills to carry out AI projects.
Cross-Functional Collaboration: Work closely with engineering, research, and development teams to understand AI needs, recommend technical solutions, and ensure smooth integration of AI models into existing systems.
Data Analysis: Analyze complex space data to extract actionable information and make informed decisions. Identify patterns, trends, and relationships in space data, using appropriate statistical techniques and data analysis tools.
Technical Leadership: Coach and guide a team of AI scientists and engineers, promoting a culture of technical excellence, collaboration, and knowledge sharing. Maintain constant technological monitoring to stay up-to-date on AI advancements and best practices in the space domain.
Communication and Presentation: Effectively communicate the results of AI projects, findings, and recommendations to the management team, internal and external stakeholders, and the scientific community. Present research work at conferences and in scientific publications.