The most important skills of data scientists | Jose Miguel Cansado | TEDxIEMadrid


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How big data begins to drive the world, and what variety of skills will you might want to interpret it?

General Director of Alto Data Analytics, Jose Miguel Cansado, has developed his worldwide profession in IMB Watson and Alcatel-Lucent, together with eight years in pacific Asia as Head of Multimedia and Mobile Communications. He is a telecommunication engineer and holds a grasp’s in advertising from INSEAD, in addition to govt MBA from IE Business School.

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  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Human Factor, very well said.

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    November 8, 2020

    Our team has been working on data processing and markup for the second year, and we are growing in this direction. Interested parties are kindly requested to write in PM.

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    November 8, 2020

    His accent is pain 😭

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    November 8, 2020

    Asking the right questions to data

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    November 8, 2020

    What a dork he doesnt know how to talk

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    I don't know whether to be inspired or terrified.

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    November 8, 2020

    From so many different speakers / videos I've watched, I came to realize that , daring curiosity is the fundamental drive to everything that differentiate yourself from the crowd and AI.

    But sadly , curiosity is difficult be trained or learned. it often comes inherently as a character and will remain as a character , though this character can be incredibly fragile to be destroyed in normal education systems filled with exams and tests.

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    What is the accent he is speaking with?

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Data is your canvas. Math is your brush.

    Yes, we said it.

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Sir , is masters in data science us useful or not???

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    November 8, 2020

    Utterly fantastic. I've always held an entrepreneurial spirit, and I have the mindset of a polymath. Ironically my prime idol in life is Leonardo Da Vinci (before I was born my mom almost named me Leonardo), ever since I was a kid.

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    The conclusion inspired me – "Big data needs big brains; big data needs the curious brains of an artist to make a difference." – Jose Miguel Cansado

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Great speech. Curiosity and empathy ARE the characteristics of a great data scientist. 😊

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    who would imagine data scientist in lab coats?!

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Loved it….
    Curiosity for emotions drives empathy,
    Curiosity for ideas drives imagination
    Curiosity for solutions drives creativity
    Curiosity for the influence drives communication
    Curiosity for results drives the leadership!!

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Come on, it is the substance not the accent what matters. I fail to see empathy in what Tumps says despite his NY accent

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    November 8, 2020

    Don't waste your time with any response exclusive to soaking up some game so you can play better.

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    November 8, 2020

    Looking at machine learning from a background in cognitive neuroscience it seems to me that we are using more intuition than ever before — neural net AIs are better thought of as artificial intuition rather than artificial intelligence. This is not playing them down, its an amazing advancement, intuition being something we once thought machines could not have, yet now we can have a machine develop a centuries worth of intuition on a specific problem type in a mater of days. We've moved from machines as only as external muscles to machines as external brain areas capable of learning intuitive pattern recognition we don't have brain areas specifically dedicated to. Still, despite all this and the completely different mathematics it often acts like little more than a glorified (and in many cases misled) correlation function, still needing interpretation from our internal brains.

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    November 8, 2020

    What about imagining a WOMAN data scientist?

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    November 8, 2020

    I am an AVERAGE 17 year old boy will i be able to handle this job?

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    November 8, 2020

    generic stuff!!…no point in this talk

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Good speech to link humanity into technology.

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Leonardo da Vinci? That’s pretty steep.

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    November 8, 2020

    This guy talks like a poet. Great talk!!!

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Great talk !

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    November 8, 2020

    thank you for this <3

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    November 8, 2020

    Great talk! Thank you!

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    another sales pitch. More educational talks not intellectuals trying to sell thier goods.

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    November 8, 2020

    powerful!

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    Great Speech Man 🙂 Like it

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    this made it to Ted?

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    November 8, 2020

    Why data science require skills in R and python programming only ? Any one knows..plz answer

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    November 8, 2020

    Talks slow and says nothing. 10 minutes wasted

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    November 8, 2020

    Francisco Cevallos you clearly suffer from a lack of curiosity. It is evident he is not an English native speaker, so you can try empathy which is another skill you need.

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    November 8, 2020

    Big data is obviously in the hands of the rich
    Big data=big hacking
    Go for it ……

  • TEDx Talks
    November 8, 2020

    This is a nice topic but the way this guy talks seems slow,I don't think I can continue finishing this video,I am sleepy

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    November 8, 2020

    Fifth

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    November 8, 2020

    I'm last lol.

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