Billionaire not interested in diplomas.
The founder of companies SpaceX and Tesla Elon Musk has announced the recruitment of specialists in artificial intelligence and unmanned vehicles. Billionaire not interested in diplomas — but the candidate will need to pass a test on coding. In case of success he will not only work, but also an invitation on the home hackathon at the Mask, writes Forbes.
“All that matters is deep understanding of neural networks and the ability to work with her in a way that is useful (the latter is what is really difficult). I don’t care if you graduated from high school,” wrote Musk on Twitter by posting an ad looking for employees.
“At Tesla, using AI to solve self-driving isn’t just icing on the cake it the cake” – @lexfridman
Join AI at Tesla! It reports directly to me & we meet/email/text almost every day. My actions, not just words, show how critically I view (benign) AI.https://t.co/iF97zvYZRz
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 2, 2020
The founder of Tesla and SpaceX would want the ideal candidate attentive to the work ethic, possessed of common sense and talent to create. The rest, I am sure Musk can be purchased in the process. The candidate will have to pass a test job to the ability to program. In the case of employment it will work in a team, report directly to the Mask.
In addition to their requirements, the billionaire did not forget to tell you about the benefits of working in his team. This, for example, access to powerful equipment required to operate complex networks. In addition, Musk wrote that he intends to collect staff working with artificial intelligence and unmanned technology, on “super fun party/hackathon” is right at home around the beginning of March.
The recruiting billionaire initiates recruitment for a full staff-hour shifts and to work with a growing database about the cars that Musk is also presented as a plus of working with him. He noted that Tesla will soon have over a million connected to the base of vehicles around the world.
Elon Musk had previously stated that education is not important for him, the criterion. However, the entrepreneur believed that if a person was previously “track record of exceptional achievements , it is likely that this will continue in the future.”