Data Incubator Founder Michael Li was quoted in an article on GoodCall earlier this week, “CareerCast Report Reveals the Highest-Paying Jobs of 2015.” Check out the article here.
Mechanical engineering and data science may appear vastly different on the surface. Mechanical engineers create physical machines, while data scientists deal with abstract concepts like algorithms and machine learning. Nonetheless, transitioning from mechanical engineering to data science is a feasible path, as explained in this blog.
It’s time to talk about the different data engineering projects you might work on as you enter the exciting world of data. You can add these projects to your portfolio and show the best ones to future employers. Remember, the world’s most successful engineers all started where you are now.
Artificial intelligence (AI) isn’t going to steal your data scientist job! Instead, AI tools like ChatGPT can automate some of the more mundane tasks in your future career, saving you time and energy. To make life easier, here are some data science prompts to get you started.