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To double its existing software and electronics engineering teams, the UK-based home appliance giant best known for its vacuum cleaners, Dyson, recruit 250 new engineers. Another 200 people are expected to be hired in science and research roles at Dyson's campuses in the United Kingdom. The new hire will be a part of Dyson's £2.75 billion global technology investment plan as the company aims to expand its research into advanced robotics and artificial intelligence.
In its global headquarters located in Singapore, Dyson will recruit 250 engineers. The company currently employs about 1,400 people in the city-state, nearly half of engineers and scientists. Dyson has also announced that it is planning to set up all-new cybersecurity and artificial intelligence research center in Singapore and in the UK to improve its security platform.
The firm also added that in the United Kingdom, 200 people would be hired in science and research roles at Dyson's Malmesbury and Hullavington innovation campuses. The new roles there will focus on breakthroughs in areas such as AI, machine learning, and high-speed digital motors and sensing technology. Dyson's research and development teams are present across the UK, Singapore, Philippines, Malaysia, and the United States.