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Music Machine Learning Specialist
SEK 600 000 - 720 000
Harnham are working with a revolutionary music business. This is a role in their headquarters located in Stockholm. You would join a growing tech team to take ownership of their machine learning plans and projects. This role is part of an initiative which will help automise labelling and genre classification of music.
As a Music Machine Learning Specialist, you will be reporting joining a new function which delivers advanced analysis and microservices to different business units. You'll partner with data engineers and developers to deliver full life-cycle machine learning projects in line with business requirements. In the music focussed role, you can expect to:
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In order to apply, either submit you CV through this link or send an email to Sabine at Harnham to learn more about this or similar opportunities.
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