I recently accepted a new job at an innovative company with coworkers who share my passion for data science. Every day, I have the chance to work closely with many analysts, a data scientist and a data visualisation specialist to help clients understand the qualitative implications behind their.
Go to any discussion group or conference workshop entitled “Women in (Blank)” and you’ll hear high-achieving women discuss how they are experiencing imposter syndrome. Imposter syndrome is feeling like a fraud, that your successes are the result of luck as opposed to talent and that someone is.
“I believe that if we work hard to understand, together we can realize a better world. We need one another, because individually we do not know very much.” This piece of wisdom from RJ Andrew’s novel. “In Info We Trust” was just one of many gems put forth by the enlightened group of women that lit.
Everyone who has been to one of our Data Science Salons knows how wonderfully diverse our slice of the industry is. However, in the data world at large, women are still underrepresented. Data Science Salon Elevate (DSSe) is created in honor of the brave female warriors already making waves within.
One of the most difficult things about being an introvert in tech is the open office plan. It’s taxing to have to mentally dim the conversations, the comings and goings of others, the Slack messages, the texts and calls pinging phones throughout the office, the office pets, and the demanding.
Now that knowledge of machine learning is making its way into offices all around the world, company leaders have a strong desire to automate processes that have existed manually for years. Google’s Jasmeet Bhatia, a talented machine learning specialist, explained to us the ways in which Google is.