In this recap of Peter Guerra's Demystifying Data Science talk, we walk through three examples of different journeys to scaling AI, detailing the joys and perils of each. Plus, get practical tips for how your business can scale AI effectively.
This is part of a blog series to recap the talks given on Day 2 of our 2019 Demystifying Data Science live online conference. During hers, Aubrey HB, Director of Advanced Analytics at Nationwide Building Society, discusses the challenges that legacy companies face in becoming data-centric.
In a recent interview with Burtch Works, a leading executive recruiting agency, Metis Executive Director of Data Science Corporate Training Mike Galvin and Metis Sr. Data Scientist Kevin Birnbaum were asked about Python's rise in popularity among both practitioners and businesses.
Bootcamp graduate Nathan Maton was a curious child, casually asking unsuspecting science teachers big questions like “what is time?” on the way to field trips. That curiosity led to what he considers his strongest skill: the ability to ask good questions - and he’s not surprised it eventually led to a career in data science. Read his story.
In this post, Alex Nathan, Co-Founder of Aventrix Analytics and part-time Metis Corporate Training Instructor, asks the question: Does the Data Speak for Itself? As it turns out, the answer is no, because data alone is typically not enough to arrive at any conclusions. The following equation explains the source of discrepancy: DATA + ASSUMPTIONS = CONCLUSIONS. Read on to find out how data scientists can address this issue.
This is part of a blog series to recap the talks given on Day 2 of our 2019 Demystifying Data Science live online conference. At the time of his talk, Adrian Cartier worked at Bayer, where he led data science efforts. Here, he discusses Bayer's move from cottage industry to industry force by way of a top-down digital transformation.
Many employees feel stuck in jobs where everything is “status quo.” They might feel happy or content at times, but many also have a feeling that there’s more they could be doing to contribute to the company – if they only knew where to start. In this post, we explore the benefits of developing skill paths for your employees, which can drive performance, demonstrate company investment, and increase career satisfaction.