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Intelinair Hiring Data Scientists

Intelinair is a fast growing, innovative tech startup focusing on agtech.  We are presently hiring for data scientists.  Successful candidates will have the opportunity to engineer solutions to very challenging computer vision problems.

Intelinair, the automated crop intelligence company, is seeking to hire Computer Vision and Data Scientists of all levels of experience. Senior Leadership positions are also available.


Qualified candidates should have a BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or related fields. Candidates should have experience or interest in developing and deploying deep learning architectures (CNN, etc.) along with experience coding in Python, C, C++, or other languages.


Ideal candidates will be energetic, self-starters who want to innovate and tackle challenging problems.


Salaries are competitive and commensurate with experience. Stock options will also be offered as well as health benefits, paid holidays/vacation.


Interested candidates should send their resumes to jobs@intelinair.com.

About Intelinair:
We’re the makers of AgMRI, a field health monitoring and early-warning system, that enables farmers to manage their operations proactively and with confidence throughout the entire season. Founded in 2015, Intelinair provides farmers actionable data that alerts to emergence issues, early-season weeds, nutrient deficiencies, weather damage, water stress, insect infestations, and more, giving farmers the ability to make data-driven decisions that impact this season and beyond. Intelinair has offices in Champaign, IL and California.

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