The Google Ghana Research Internship is a chance for Ghanaians or Africans residing in Ghana to work for Google.
Google is a renowned technology organization that is leading the market and providing a range of internet-related services and products to people. As such, research happens everyday and probably every hour at Google in the various departments and teams in the company.
The research touches users through both services and products such as Google Search, Google Maps, Google Assistant, Google Translate, Google Cloud, etc. Google achieves this by enlisting a wide variety of projects that make use of the “latest state-of-the-art technologies that push the boundaries of what is possible.”
What Am I Expected To Do As A Research Intern?
At Google, research-focused engineering interns are embedded throughout the company. They contribute to the setup of large-scale tests — creating experiments, sampling implementations and designing new architectures, etc. Research-focused engineering interns work on real-world problems such as artificial intelligence, data mining, hardware and software performance analysis, core search, etc.
Basically, you will take part in cutting-edge research to develop solutions for real-world, large-scale problems.
What Requirements Do I Need To Meet?
Google has stipulated the requirements into two:
- Currently enrolled in a Master’s or Ph.D. degree in Computer Science or a related technical field.
- Experience (classroom/work) in Natural Language Understanding, Computer Vision, and/or Machine Learning.
- Experience with one or more general-purpose programming languages: Java, C++, Python or Go.
- Experience with research from previous internships, full-time industry experience, personal projects, lab work, and/or published papers (being listed as author).
- Returning to your degree after completing the internship.
- Ability to design and execute research agendas.
- Available to work full-time for a minimum of 13 weeks.
November 26, 2021