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ORGANIZATION: Carboncopies Foundation for Substrate Independent Minds INC
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At the Carboncopies Foundation, we believe that the possibilities and opportunities enabled by Whole Brain Emulation (WBE) represent the most promising technological path to overcoming our fundamental limitations as a species.
To achieve WBE, essential advances are needed in neurobiology, neurophysiology, brain imaging, micro- and nanoscale technologies, computational neuroscience, computing hardware, and even the philosophy of mind. We provide peer networks and project opportunities to scientists working on challenges critical to whole brain emulation and recognize that there is a long road ahead of us.Responsibilities
The OpenCL developer is responsible for designing and writing OpenCL-based compute kernels for a range of problems from physics simulations to sensory translation.
Your tasks will include:
- Team collaboration
- System architecture design
- Block diagrams
- Setting up OpenCL pipeline
- Designing OpenCL kernels
- Writing OpenCL kernels
- Creating technical specifications
- Creating documentation
The following qualifications and/or experience aren’t required but would be helpful for you in taking on this role:
- C++ programming experience
- OpenCL API experience
- Knowledge of Git source control
Questions about the recruiting process: email@example.com
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About Carboncopies Foundation for Substrate Independent Minds INC
2443 FILLMORE ST 380-6190, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94115, US
The Carboncopies Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides support to scientists working on challenges critical to whole brain emulation (WBE). We believe that the possibilities and opportunities afforded by WBE represent the most promising technological path to overcoming our fundamental limitations as a species and as individuals.
To promote and accelerate the whole brain emulation, our foundation is focused on:
Encouraging scientific collaboration to create stepping-stone technologies
Publishing reviews of scientific literature and technology developments
Maintaining R&D roadmaps to identify and address scientific and engineering challenges
Increasing general awareness of the human adaptability gap and the possibility that neural prosthesis, whole brain emulation and substrate-independent mind may offer solutions
Hosting conferences or workshops, and providing informational material
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
April 15, 2023
- Software Engineering
- Basic Computer Skills
- 10hrs per week