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The Project Fellowship Program - 2016

The Project Fellowship Program - 2016

Cere Labs’ Project Fellowship Program will develop professionals as well as leaders in emerging world of Artificial Intelligence.

The Project Fellowship Program gathers all artificial intelligence enthusiasts in real time working and learning environment. Through this program candidates will get hands on experience on Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Data Mining and many other fields of Artificial Intelligence. Hands on experience, expert mentor ship and a strong network of AI (Artificial Intelligence) professionals will make your job more interesting.

What is Project Fellowship Program?

Cere Labs is a privately held company and is working in AI (Artificial Intelligence) and it provides Jobs in Machine Learning, Jobs in Deep Learning, Jobs in Neural Network, Jobs in Data Mining, Jobs in Artificial Intelligence through this fellowship program. This fellowship program will groom professionals and will make him/her ready to pursue a career in Artificial Intelligence with hands on experience on various areas of Artificial Intelligence. This program will include everything right from learning basics of AI (Artificial Intelligence) to creation of chat bots, voice recognition programs etc.

This Project Fellowship Program is designed for you to achieve your career growth in the very rapidly growing field, Artificial Intelligence.

We are sure you are committed to learning and on other side we are committed about helping you and sharing all the knowledge of Artificial Intelligence with you. We will also offer a stipend for joiners as per the job allocated and the level of contribution towards projects achievement. Cere Labs also offers employment at the end of Project Fellowship Program to outstanding project fellows

The Project Fellowship Program opens the boundaries of opportunities not only for engineers, developers or working professionals but also to every enthusiast, student and professional working in other field too.

Selection Procedure

We invite your resumes on , which will help us to know you and your professional history better (Students can send their resume with project they have worked on). We will review all the applications thoroughly and then selected candidates will be invited for personal interview.
Why Project Fellowship Program

This is the most common question that can hit anyone’s mind before applying for Fellowship in Cere Labs. But the answer for this question comes from JUNE 2016; when we had successfully launched our first Internship Program for college students. It ran for around 1 and half month. It was Cere Labs’ first ever Internship Program and it was quite successful because of the team work put in by the Interns and Cere Labs. Interns worked on different AI (Artificial Intelligence) projects including Projects in Machine Learning, Projects in Deep Learning, Projects in Neural Network, Projects in Image Processing, Projects in Data Mining etc.

This internship program not only did help students to learn but helped us to recognize and realize that this type of opportunities should be opened for every enthusiast and not only to students. And this propelled the inception of "The Project Fellowship Program".

About Cere Labs 

Cere Labs is a nascent, just formed privately held company that aims at conducting research and development on all areas related to AI (Artificial Intelligence).
Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Network, Natural Language Processing, Data Mining are some of the fields where Cere Labs is keen to work on.
If you are interested to be the part of Project Fellowship Program, kindly mail your resume with below details on

  • Name
  • City
  • Current Professional Status
  • Highest Qualification
  • How did you come to know about "The Project Fellowship Program"
  • Contact Number

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