In this audio-only Becoming a Data Scientist Podcast Special Episode, I interview Dr. Ed Felten, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer, about the Future of Artificial Intelligence (from The White House!).
You can stream or download the audio at this link (download by right-clicking on the player and choosing “Save As”), or listen to it in podcast players like iTunes and Stitcher. Enjoy!
The White House Names Dr. Ed Felten as Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer
Edward W. Felten at Princeton University
Dr. Edward Felten on Wikipedia
White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)
The Administration’s Report on the Future of Artificial Intelligence (White House Report from October 2016)
Artificial Intelligence, Automation, and the Economy (White House Report from December 2016)
Ed Felten on Twitter: Official / Personal
Freedom to Tinker blog
Source: becomingadatascientist.com – Podcast Special Episode 2 – The Future of AI with Dr. Ed Felten
You’ve done it. You just spent months learning how to analyze data and make predictions. You’re now able to go from raw data to well structured insights in a matter of hours. After all that effort, you feel like it’s time to take the next step, and get your first data science job.
Unfortunately for you, this is where the process starts to get much harder. There’s no clear path to go from having data science skills to getting a data science job. You’ll need to put in a lot of hard work to forge your own.
But don’t give up hope! Getting a data science job after learning on your own is very possible. In this post, we’ll discuss the things you should be doing to put yourself in position to start getting data science interviews. In a subsequent post, we’ll cover the interview process itself, and how to prepare.
Afterwards, you might get a snazzy new company laptop!
If you feel like your data science skills aren’t yet well developed enough to start looking for a job, you might want to check out…
Source: Dataquest – How to get a data science job