Now that artificial intelligence and machine learning have become increasingly common tools in a business’ arsenal, it is equally important to have employees who are capable of using – or developing – such tools. Chief among them should be a data scientist: someone with the experience and ability necessary to work with structured and unstructured data, and build systems capable of mining that data to come up with actionable and useful insights. The exact responsibilities of a data scientist can vary depending on the type of organization they work for, which means that it’s up to an individual business to
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