Sr. Frontend Engineer, Autopilot Labeling Software

Sr. Frontend Engineer, Autopilot Labeling Software

Engineering & Information Technology
Palo Alto, California
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The Role:

As a member of the Autopilot AI Tooling team you will design and implement a diverse set of tools that power our machine learning workflows. You will work closely with some of the best, world-class AI researchers and machine learning experts towards Tesla’s goal of a self-driving future.

The AI Tooling team is a central part of the Autopilot AI. The systems you build will have a target impact on our fleets ability to sense and perceive the world around it. Our team's tools help us automate the entire workflows of training, validation, and production of the Autopilot neural networks.

As an engineer on the AI Tooling team, you'll bring top-notch software engineering skills to contribute to our tooling systems immediately. Knowledge of machine learning, computer vision, or neural networks is a plus but not required. That can be learned on the job as you work with our machine learning experts. A strong candidate for the AI Tooling team will either be an excellent software generalist, or someone who is exceptionally strong in either backend or frontend engineering.


  • Design and implement web-based tools for data visualization and data labeling.

  • Work closely with data analysts to understand UX challenges and suggest improvements.

  • Work closely with backend engineers to seamlessly integrate with frontend systems.

  • Work closely with AI researchers to build efficient and intuitive UI that accelerate their workflows.


  • BS/MS in Computer Science or related area, with strong frontend engineering experience.

  • Strong understanding of JavaScript (ES6+), CSS, and HTML.

  • Experience building modern web applications using React/Redux or similar component based libraries.

  • Strong UI and graphic design sensibilities.

Extra but not required:

  • Experience with OpenGL, WebGL, or THREE.js

  • Knowledge of machine learning, computer vision, or neural networks is a plus