Data is a window into ourselves, the worlds of other and our planet. You can see the impact of our actions played out in data. Many are choosing to work in this fascinating field. Is their work being recognised and taken into account?
Often not, because there is a problem: Data is hard, but people are harder. In this talk you will learn how understanding different perspectives helps place technical work in context and be more successful. Yu'll be guided through perspectives and real world examples that help both technical and non-technical people deal with each other and understand their impact on the world.
Please note: the audio does fluctuate in volume during certain areas of this SkillsCast
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Noelia Jiménez Martínez is Head of Data Science and Astrophysics at Unbound. She holds a PhD in Numerical Astrophysics from the UNLP (La Plata, Argentina) applied to Galaxy Formation and Chemical Evolution.
Phil is a big beardy data geek who loves working with data and solving interesting data problems. He is especially interested soft skills for technical people in data, empathy, ethics and in the impact of data on what people know and how they know it. Starting his career with a BA in AI, he has worked in a wide range of industries from surveying, to architecture, to advertising, to being the CTO and technical founder of a data start-up. Phil now works at Microsoft as a Cloud Solution Architect for Data & AI in One Commercial Partner.