FalconAI is a VC backed start-up developing cutting-edge AI algorithms. Based on novel artificial intelligence & machine learning technologies, the company plans to deploy a series of disruptive applications in various sectors. FalconAI Team is comprised of top AI researchers and engineers located in Boston and Istanbul.
We are Hiring
Computer Vision/Machine Learning Engineer
Machine Learning Engineer
FalconAI is seeking a motivated and hard-working individuals to join our Istanbul office as a full-stack developer.
Meet THE TEAM
Olcay has significant experience in technological entrepreneurship and deep-tech venture capital investments. Prior to FalconAI, he co-founded a US based start-up focusing on laser based space communication systems. He completed his MSc in the joint program of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Skoltech.
Berk has management consulting experience focusing on digital strategy and technology management. He also has significant R&D experience in various companies developing Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision technologies. He holds MSc and BSc degree from Electrical and Electronics Department of Bilkent University.
Orhan is a PhD candidate at Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His research covers the areas of Artificial Intelligence and Computational Neuroscience. He has huge R&D and programming experience in various cutting edge technology institutions in United States.
Onur is a PhD candidate at Electrical and Electronics Engineering department of University Of California Los Angeles (UCLA). His research focus is recommendation systems and deep learning for policy optimization. He involved in various machine learning projects and developed many novel techniques posted on notable publications.
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FalconAI has finalized its seed round of 2.5 million euros with an investment from ACT VC. The investment will enable FalconAI to rapidly develop novel AI technologies with R&D efforts in the US and Turkey.
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