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Netflix is offering a salary of Rs 7.4 crore per year for the position of AI product manager.

Netflix is offering a salary of Rs 7.4 crore per year for the position of AI product manager.

How much can a product manager tasked with improving the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in a company expect to earn? The person playing this role at Netflix can earn up to Rs 7.4 crore per year!

Those with experience working on centralised machine-learning platforms, the ability to collaborate with in-house engineers, good communication skills, and the ability to think strategically are encouraged to apply.

Aside from increasing AI usage and leveraging the machine learning programme (ML), the AI product manager will be required to investigate the use of AI in content acquisition as well as the customisation of user recommendations. The appropriate candidate will be given the formal title of product manager – machine learning platform. He or she will have to concentrate on maximising the use of AI across all divisions of Netflix.

The position is based in Netflix’s California headquarters.

Netflix is increasingly relying on machine learning and artificial intelligence to drive business innovation. It is not only using AI and ML to purchase and create content, but it is also improving its payment processing system and assisting members in selecting the best titles for them through personalisation.

Netflix made headlines in January 2023 when it advertised for a person trained in cabin and passenger safety and capable of handling aircraft emergency evacuation.

The flight attendant position was based in San Jose, California, and it required on-ground work as well as travel within and outside the United States. The chosen candidate was offered a salary of up to Rs 3 crore per year! It was stated that the final remuneration would be determined by the candidate’s skills and experience level.

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