The product and technology department of Tise, the app for selling second-hand clothes, will expand.
The latest recruit is Mari Hovem Leonhardsen, 27, who will be a “machine learning engineer”; or maskinkering developer, as it might be in Norwegian.
“Tise strives to derive insights from the data the company has, in addition to creating models and services based on it, all with the goal of making it easier for users to find what “they are looking for. Mari will participate in this work and, among other things, work with technologies such as computer vision and various recommendation services,” Tise explains in an I/O message to kode24.
Leonhardsen graduated in marine engineering and ICT from NTNU, and has so far worked as a data scientist at Spacemaker AI.
– I wanted to join Tise to help make recycling even more popular, says Leonhardsen in an in/out message to kode24.
– It’s so fun and important!
Ambitions with machine learning
– Mari arrives with a very interesting background and we are very happy to have him in the team! We have the ambition to work with machine learning with a focus on the product, and here we think Mari fits right in, Tobias Aasmoe, “machine learning engineer” at Tise in the in/out post.
– I look forward to learning new technologies, for example in image processing. Then it will be very exciting to see how we manage to use it to give users an even cooler experience in the app, says Leonhardsen.
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