This event will take place on Zoom
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As a 21st century professional, you are increasingly expected to be data-driven and use data to bring value to your team. But unless you are trained to be a data scientist, engineer or analyst, the subject of data science can feel quite overwhelming. This session provides an approach to give you a jump-start into data science thinking.
Meor Amer is the author of Nuts About Data. He is the founder of Edsquirrel, with a mission to develop data-driven professionals and youths via an engaging learning experience. He has previously worked with clients in over fifteen countries for deploying telecommunications data analytics solutions and running training & enablement programs. For his MSc, he worked on machine learning techniques in biomedical engineering.
Check our Meor's book Nuts About Data here: https://edsquirrel.com/nad/
Meor's 30 minute presentation will be following by 30 minutes of Q&A.
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