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Job Skills What does it take to work at Google Deep Mind?

  1. Mar 27, 2017 #1
    Hello everyone,
    I am a senior in high school and am very very interested in robots and artificial intelligence. In summer i will be going to an electrical engineering college and i want your advice as to what further steps should i make and what knowledge to accumulate over the 4 years at college in order to be qualified at Google Deep Mind in like 8-10 years?
    What should i strive to get a PhD in? Self study if not covered by anycourse, book recommendations, courses, or anything that would give me and idea to complete my 10 year old goal so to speak :). Also, how realistic do you think this is?
     
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  3. Mar 27, 2017 #2

    Grinkle

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    Read here (come back from time to time and look over new postings as they show up) for descriptions of who they are looking for -

    https://deepmind.com/careers/

    Don't get too hung up on any specific company looking 8-10 years out. The world changes a LOT every 8-10 years. That said, its very likely that becoming qualified for one of these research positions would serve you well regardless of whether you still find DM a desireable employer 10 years hence.
     
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