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What sort of opportunity it is depends on how much you want to focus on it. If you want to be a regular programmer, you might take the time to learn a high level interface for some machine learning tools, such as Tensorflow or Keras. There will be plenty of things you don't know how to do (even within those tools), but you may be able to apply predesigned ...


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If you are a freelancer, when a client asks to create a website we can easily measure how much the total cost is needed based on the requirements of the client. (the backend, UI/UX design, features, etc.). We can even measure the estimated time of completion. This is only the case when the full scope and design of the site is a well understood and ...


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There are certainly results in theoretical computer science / pure math with deep implications for AI. But to my knowledge these results typically aren't labeled as results of artificial intelligence, but as something more congruent in that particular field (For example in CS, we might say "agent with unbounded computational power"; in math might say some ...


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Yes, as you mentioned If you search on Internet- for AI certifications or AI courses you will likely to get multiple results offering AI certifications. All those institutes can provide you certification but what matters is- trust worthiness and global validation of particular Institute or certification. One way to do that is by looking at the extent to ...


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Job titles in IT are somewhat arbitrary, and not very consistent even within the same country or general industry. Job titles in software development, especially newer forms of software development such as mobile apps, even more so. The latest trends in Data Science, Machine Learning and "AI" are at the sharp end of that. There are some common themes - e.g....


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Any "serious" AI program is full of theoretical and mathematical foundations (you will study plenty of statistics and optimisation methods) anyway, but I would say that much useful AI today is an applied or engineering area. Anyhow, you will need to be comfortable with a lot of mathematical details (especially, linear algebra and calculus). If you're more ...


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Deep learning is widely regarded as a subset of machine learning. Here are some definitions. AI: any technique that enables computers (machine) to mimic human brain, such as threshold logic, conditional clause. decision tree Machine Learning: A subset of AI that included statistically based method that utilize computer (machine) to improve at task with ...


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The way to overcome the skill gap in Artificial Intelligence is to overcome the gap in human intelligence — the distinct lack of introspection and the overwhelming distractions that keep most of us from observing what would be obvious about intelligence in our world. That later gap impacts more than the AI skill space, so there would be added benefits ...


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In one word – yes, there is! If you are following the industry reports then you must know that more than 500,000 jobs are lying vacant because there is a huge shortage of qualified talent in the industry. It is also quite interesting to note that the market has almost double the number of jobs available than the required talented ML and AI professionals – ...


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AI Product Manager This is a role that didn't exist a few years ago. Here's a GlassDoor search from today. Informally, Product Management positions indicate a certain degree of maturity for a new technology.


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As the rate of automation is increasing day by day and companies are keen on AI automation. Surely, AI is going to affect the job market. According to Granter, artificial intelligence will create more jobs than it eliminates by 2020. However, I think it is too early to define what kind of jobs are going to created by AI. But its undeniable fact that AI is ...


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A report from PwC states that - AI will displace around 7 million and will be creating around 7.2 million new jobs. According to MIT researchers – AI will replace tasks, not jobs. In my opinion AI revolution is mainly going to effect non-technological jobs. So, the next generation—of employees should focus on creating career in new roles like AI ...


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If you would like to know the answer in a single string, most likely this will be the answer: New York City claims to be the capital booming industry in artificial intelligence. AI is now being used in an ever-expanding array of products and AI adoption was also accelerated at an unprecedented rate among almost all sectors. The expanding applications for AI ...


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