In this episode, Comet Data Scientist & Developer Advocate Kristen Kehrer tells us how she marries data science and content marketing in her role at Comet and what she has learned about computer vision from her guests on The Cool Data Projects Show. We also take a deep dive into object detection and the value of learning through building, and Kristen shares her advice for getting involved in an online community near you.
Kristen is also the founder of Data Moves Me, a company that offers courses, live training, and career development. She hosts The Cool Data Projects Show, where she interviews AI, machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) experts about their projects. Key Points From This Episode:
Tweetables:“I’m finding people who are working on really cool things and focusing on the methodology and approach. I want to know: how did you collect your data? What algorithm are you using? What algorithms did you consider? What were the challenges that you faced?” — @DataMovesHer “A lot of times, it comes back to more data is always better!” — @DataMovesHer “I like projects that allow me to solve a problem that is actually going on in my life. When I do one, suddenly, it becomes a lot easier to see other ways that I can make other parts of my life easier.” — @DataMovesHer “The best thing you can do is to get involved in the community. It doesn’t matter whether that community is on Reddit, Slack, or LinkedIn.” — @DataMovesHer