On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Alison Grade, an award winning entrepreneur and freelancer who is skilled at transforming creative concepts into business reality.

She’s a professional freelancer all her career who fully understands that you want to make your career work for you. Her book, “The Freelance Bible” talks you through absolutely everything that you need to know to start your successful self-employed life.

Alison shares with us her journey into becoming a freelancer, and how she navigates networking and pricing her services. She also goes over tips for…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Alex Soojung-Kim Pang PhD, a futurist who studies people, technologies and the worlds they make. He’s the founder of Strategy and Rest, a consulting company in Silicon Valley and a visiting academic at Stanford University.

He’s also an author, having written books such “Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less”, “The Distraction Addiction”, and most recently, “Shorter: Work Better, Smarter, and Less”.

Dr. Pang shares with us his journey of encountering the psychology behind creativity, the future of tech and its…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Marco Andreoni, a statistician and data scientist who has a master’s degree in mathematics and machine learning, as well as a master’s degree in mathematics and cryptography.

He is the lead data scientist at Quantyca, where he covers every part of the data lifecycle from ingestion, storage, analytics, web applications, cloud storage and beyond.

Marco shares with us his passion for teaching other statistics in a more meaningful way. This led him to create Flash Statistics, a way to make statistics more accessible to…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Josh Starmer a data scientist who has helped empower learners from all over the globe by breaking down complicated statistics and machine learning topics into small bite sized pieces that are easy to understand.

You may know Joshua from his youtube channel StatQuest, where he’s beloved by his audience of over 320,000 subscribers and 15 million viewers.

Joshua shares with us his powerful journey from being a cellist and music composer to getting his PhD in computational biology and then creating StatQuest.

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On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Paul McLachlan, a data scientist who has over a decade of experience applying his knowledge and expertise to academia, corporate businesses, and entrepreneurial endeavours. His contributions and expertise have led to numerous startups and nonprofits inviting him to serve as an advisor. He gives insight into how what sparked his interest into the data science field, his tips for beginners in data science, and how he stays motivated.

Paul shares with us his powerful journey from being a high school dropout to getting his…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from T. Scott Clendaniel, a leader in the data science space with over three decades of experience serving in various roles in business, analytics and artificial intelligence.

Currently, he’s a chief data scientist who is aiming to create cutting edge artificial intelligence that can be made accessible to all. He gives insight into the future of A.I, how to be an effective leader, and how to use storytelling in data science.

Scott shares with us his incredible career journey and the insights he has gathered…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Irena Cronin, the co-author of The Infinite Retina.

She currently serves as CEO of Infinite Retina, an organization which provides research and business strategy to help companies succeed in spatial computing. She gives insight into what sparked her interest into spatial computing, how she sees spatial computing influencing our world, and the potential data problems that will result from more spatial computing technology.

Irena shares with us what led her from leaving her career as an equity research analyst on Wall Street to working…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Jeff Jonas, a data scientist who, for over three decades, has been at the forefront of solving complex big data problems for companies and governments.

His software has helped casinos identify fraud, increased voter registration, protected Singapore’s waterways from piracy, and even predicted possible collisions between 600,000 asteroids over 25 years.

Jeff shares with us his journey from creating word processors in high school to being able to sell one of his companies to IBM, along with being one of three people to complete…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Pooja Sund, a technology leader who has over two decades of global technology and financial experience delivering business and organizational impact across a variety of roles.

Her contributions and expertise have led her to be a powerful leader and energizer, and she currently serves as the Director of Technology and Analytics at Microsoft. She gives insight into her journey into working for Microsoft, her tips to becoming more self-aware, and how she energizes her teams.

Pooja shares with us his powerful journey from switching…

On this episode of The Artists of Data Science, we get a chance to hear from Scott Taylor, also known as the “Data Whisperer.”

He has spread the gospel of digital transformation through public speaking engagements, blogs, videos, white papers, podcasts, puppet shows, cartoons and all forms of verbal and written communications. He has also helped organizations, such as Microsoft and Nielsen, comb through and organize their data for meaningful use.

Scott shares his “eight ‘ates of master data”, a set of rules to engage with master data in a meaningful way. …

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