I know the pandemic is keeping everyone at home; home working is becoming the new normal for many of us, and it is hard to find good presential training these days, but it does not mean that you need to stop learning!
I would say that this is the perfect moment to start learning something new, and why not start with Data Science?
Data Science is an incredible area to develop your skills today. It combines statistics, Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning), and data.
You will analyze data, find patterns, make predictions, and help companies solve business problems.
Many people don’t have time to read ebooks or watch videos these days. As a result, audio content is incredibly popular. It can be heard anytime, day or night, no matter where you are headed.
Podcasts are great for those who have a rigorous routine. They can listen to the stories anytime they want, unlike videos and texts, where they must stop focusing on the content.
Podcasting is a fantastic way to deliver information about AI and potentially new ideas as well.
In addition to being attractive, it can help content creators like me to gain a competitive advantage in…
The next week will be my last as a Senior AI Business Analyst at the Volvo Group. Yeah… I’ve decided to quit my job after three amazing years.
The last three years have been full of challenges, learning, fantastic collaboration, and tremendous personal growth. I have spent a lot of time confronting the person I am and learning to appreciate my strengths while critically analyzing my weaknesses in this role.
Through this process, I’ve gained clarity about the person I want to be and a better sense of the types of opportunities I should pursue in the future.
We all know that the year 2020 brought an unprecedented disruption of pandemic-related job losses and impressively accelerated automation in companies all over the world, posing the urgent challenge of reskilling workforces for transformational business growth.
Coursera, a global online learning platform that provides anyone, anywhere access to online courses and degrees from world-class universities and companies, has a unique perspective on how the most critical businesses in several industries are reskilling.
Today, Coursera released its Global Skills Report 2021, the first installment of three-part skills report series ( Global Skills Report, Industry Skills Report and Campus Skills Report), designed…
I’ve started to work in the IT industry very early… my first IT job was at the age of 17, working in a local ISP in the early days of the internet in my city, in Brasil. Some years later, I took my first life-changing career decision: leave Brazil and move to Florence, Italy, in 1998.
In Florence and Milan, Italy, I built the foundation of my enterprise career working at some great companies, including Hewlett-Packard Enterprise… until 2016, I’ve made another life-changing career decision: I accepted a great job offer to leave Italy and move to Poland, to work…
Artificial intelligence (AI) is essential because it allows the software to perform human capacities such as understanding, reasoning, planning, communication, and perception in an increasingly effective, efficient, and low-cost manner. In most business sectors, automating these skills opens up new opportunities.
With the significant evolution of algorithms, AI is already a reality. Deep Learning algorithms such as Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), for example, have significantly improved computers’ ability to recognize objects in images. In addition, Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) algorithms produce voice recognition systems that outperform humans.
One of the most significant challenges on the path to a successful digital…
I want to share one of my favorite chapters of my new ebook entitled “The Terminator paradox — How neuroscience can help us understand empathy and the fear of Artificial Intelligence,” co-written with my dear friend and Ph.D. in Neuroscience Mariana Verzaro.
The book is the results of several engaging conversations about concepts and possible approaches to building Empathy in AI.
It is a fascinating thought leadership exercise with some interesting technological, social and philosophical views regarding Artificial Intelligence from the neuroscientific point of view.
Enjoy the reading!
I have been in touch with several researchers and leaders in AI…
Artificial intelligence has become a strategic component for many companies during the last years. Today, it is considered a relevant piece in corporate innovation processes, contributing to a more confident business forecast and a global benchmark metric among industries.
We live in a world where greater intelligence and more precise scenarios are required, and companies worldwide are investing in new types of data and intelligence tools.
By defining new indicators, businesses get to know new processes and new markets to operate better, allowing them to take new directions or prioritize certain areas and objectives, allowing them to further ahead.
According to LinkedIn, if you regularly share content with your professional community to demonstrate your expertise, spark conversations about ideas and experiences, and build communities around shared interests, you are a creator!
According to authors and bloggers Ben McConnell and Jackie Huba, only 1% of the website users add content, while the other 99% of the participants only lurk. (Related to online activity, the terms lurk and lurking is used to refer to online observation without engaging others in the community).
Now, the most important professional social network will focus on assisting you in reaching more people, growing your network…
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