Join the internship program of Estonia’s leading machine learning and data science company. You can help companies create and deliver software solutions based on artificial intelligence. Kick-start your career!
Special options according to your background
Discover interesting patterns in the data by means of various statistical methods and machine learning algorithms.
Whether you’re a student or a professional seeking for a career change, you are welcome!
19 February – 10 March
Let us know about your experience and professional interests by submitting an application.
11 – 17 March
We will send you test assignments that give us an overview of your skills.
18 – 31 March
Based on the test assignments, we invite selected candidates to an interview.
1 – 10 April
We conduct interviews with the candidates and make the final decision.
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