Google présentera ses activités vendredi 24 fevrier à 14h30 en Amphi Durand Bat. Esclangon (Jussieu).
La présentation s’adresse plus aux étudiants de M2 et aux jeunes docteurs mais bien sur elle est ouverte à tous.
Seront présents : Alice Bonhomme (Ingénieur Google New-York) Nicholas Creswell (Responsable recrutement google europe), 2 ingénieurs de Google Zurich.
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The presentation will be made in french by Alice Bonhomme-Biais, a Software Engineer at Google’s New York office. Alice will present on some of the latest technical developments at Google ; there will be plenty of time for Q&A afterward, and Alice will also explain how to apply for a range of full-time Engineering roles with Google in Europe.
Once that’s finished, there will be the opportunity to talk informally with a range of Google employees from various parts of the Engineering function. We look forward to seeing you there !
Abstract of the tech talk :
At Google, we are committed to organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible and useful. Striving to achieve that goal involves addressing a number of challenges across a wide range of computing disciplines. Such challenges include systems issues involved in building large, scalable distributed systems as well as work in areas such as information retrieval, natural language processing, intelligent data analysis, and user interface design to make these systems effective at sifting, organizing, and presenting relevant information to the user. In this talk we’ll describe some of the issues in these areas, discuss a few of the interesting applications that Google has developed over the past few years, and highlight some of the behind-the-scenes pieces of infrastructure that we’ve built in order to operate Google’s services. Along the way, we’ll share some interesting observations derived from Google’s web data.