- Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning, Robotics, Specialised Engineering
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Year of Founding2020
Average Age27 years old
“Shoot for the moon🌙, even if you miss, you'll land among the stars. ”
“Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed”
RT @Techinnov: 🎤 Le futur de la robotique réside dans l’intelligence @visual_behavior https://t.co/Z2S4CZELEn
Autonomous robotics consists of two things: observation and action. Visual Behavior focuses on observation.
Visual Behavior develops a software visual sensor that emulates the ability of the human brain to understand a scene in order to navigate it.
Our goal is to help manufacturers in the mobility sector improve the autonomous or assisted system of their robots/vehicles by providing them with an effective, affordable, and adaptable vision system for any environment.
What they are looking for
At Visual Behavior, our team is dedicated to solving complex problems that challenge the state of the art. Projects are approached with agility and require a real passion for the field. To join this dynamic team, candidates must demonstrate rigor, curiosity, and creativity!
Good to know
Visual Behavior offers a unique work environment for those who enjoy tackling challenges at the intersection of research and production. Through the latest advances in artificial intelligence, the team produces its own image analysis algorithms adapted for robotics. By joining the team, members will have the opportunity to work on algorithms that have the potential to be used on thousands of robots.
This adventure was launched by the co-founders who share the same vision: to provide tomorrow's robots and vehicles with the ability to evolve in symbiosis with humans and for humans, regardless of the environment.
Visual Behavior is convinced that the observation issue is at the heart of the revolution of autonomous mobility and future transportation. It is within a passionate, determined, and warm team that candidates are invited to participate in this revolution.
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