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Artificial Intelligence Engineer

Aerospace Engineer

About the role:

An artificial intelligence engineer is responsible for creating programs and algorithms that help a machine execute actions without being directed. They program the aircraft features such as the auto-pilot and other instruments to function automatically.

  • Career paths:
    "Level 1","Level 2","Level 3"
  • Salary average:
    £30,000 - £95,000
  • Upskilling path:
    Academic: Cranfield University, University of East London Training: The ECT


The artificial intelligence engineer uses software engineering and data integration to build the algorithms. They are experts in mathematics and statistics. By utilizing these skills, they conduct data modelling and solve complex technical problems. Making the best machine learning solutions and collaborating with the product managers are fundamental responsibilities of an artificial intelligence engineer. They receive training and conduct extensive research for improving how the machine reacts in a specific condition. Their duties also include analyzing large data sets and extracting valuable insights from them. Artificial intelligence engineers can work in different capacities like software engineers, information security engineers, or as software analysts.

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