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Nuances of Data Roles and “Hybrid” Career Trajectories
March 3, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Vector Institute is collaborating with Phase AI, a company dedicated to supporting data professionals in connecting, learning, and advancing their careers to run a three-part webinar series to accelerate your career in AI.
The AI landscape is evolving and so too are the diverse array of data/AI career pathways possible. Are you curious about recent developments in data careers that you should be aware of? Are you interested in learning more about both research-oriented and applied career pathways available in AI, as well as the non-standard data roles, like data product management and solution architecture?
This webinar will explore:
- Types of AI/data roles and career pathways from analysts to machine learning researchers
- How to align your skills and competencies with the roles and companies you want to work at
- Leveraging your previous experience to position you for success in hybrid career pathways
- What these nuances mean for your online presence and applications
*Eligible registrants are Vector researchers, Vector Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence recipients, students enrolled in Vector recognized master’s programs, students of Vector Faculty Affiliates, and Vector Alumni.
Learn more about upcoming sessions:
Founder, Phase AI
Wojciech Gryc is an AI researcher and data scientist. He began his career working on Social Network Analysis at IBM Research, and has since gone on to research and build AI-driven products at McKinsey, IBM, the University of Toronto, Oxford University, and more. He has MSc degrees in Mathematical Modeling and Social Science of the Internet from Oxford University, where he studied on a Rhodes Scholarship. He also founded and sold a customer analytics startup focused on data integration and ML automation.
Founder, Phase AI
Andrea Yip is a scientist, designer, and researcher. Her career has focused on product design and research in clinical settings, pharmaceuticals, and aerospace. A prolific public speaker and presenter, she regularly speaks to hundreds of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) graduates. She has worked with non-profits and corporations like Johnson & Johnson, Virgin Galactic, Blue Origin, and Royal Bank of Canada. She has a Master of Public Health from the University of Toronto.