Working at DeepMind

Our mission is to ‘solve intelligence’ and if we’re successful, we believe that AI will be one of the most important and widely beneficial scientific breakthroughs ever made—allowing us to tackle some of our most pressing real-world challenges, from climate change to radically improved healthcare.

This mission runs through the heart of the organisation—it's reflected in our work, our values and in our culture. We look for people who have a lifelong commitment to learning and who are passionate about making a positive impact in the world.

DeepMind’s groundbreaking work does not happen in a silo and we know that we achieve much more as a team than alone. That is why we strive to create a supportive and inclusive environment where collaboration is encouraged and learning is shared freely. We don’t set limits based on what others think is possible or impossible: we drive ourselves, and inspire each other, to push boundaries and achieve ambitious goals.

We value diversity of experience, knowledge, background and perspective and harness these to spot connections, solve problems and make extraordinary impact. We’re always looking for great people who will strengthen our team and drive our mission forwards.

If you're interested in DeepMind but not yet ready to apply for a role, take a look at some of the other ways we're working to broaden access to science and AI

Find out more about life at DeepMind in this feature published in The Times Magazine, December 2018.

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Meet some of the Team

John Holmes

Systems Administrators

John is one of our Systems Administrators and joined DeepMind in January 2014. He provides ad hoc support and technical solutions for the entire team. Before joining DeepMind, John provided IT support for a team of 10 people and now works within our growing systems team. John’s description of DeepMind highlights the importance of  the people and culture:  “DeepMind is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Nothing compares. It's hard to explain to someone who hasn't experienced working here, as words fall short of how amazing it is. Being a part of AlphaGo and traveling to Seoul to help support the event was an incredible experience. I witnessed history happen at its very location.”

Rebecca Anderson

People and Culture Partner

Becca joined DeepMind’s People and Culture team in 2015 after several years working in HR in the retail sector. Becca’s role as a People and Culture Partner is varied: from assisting new starters to ensure they settle into their teams to providing guidance to managers on supporting and developing their people. Becca describes her role as  “helping to maintain a fantastic environment and minimise distractions for some of the brightest people in the world, all who are experts in their field, to allow them to focus on brilliant work. It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fun in a truly unique and special place.”

Patrick Hussain

Recruitment Manager, DeepMind

Patrick joined DeepMind in May 2016 and manages recruitment for fundamental research. He is responsible for finding great people for Research Science (including PhD Interns) as well as the Communications & Public Engagement team. Patrick joined DeepMind because of a long-standing interest in understanding the nature of intelligence and a belief that DeepMind's mission will ultimately resolve humanity's most complex and challenging problems.