BuiltInAustin: Here's what it's like to work in AI

BuiltInAustin: Here's what it's like to work in AI

Big data, big challenges, big thrills: Here's what it's like to work in AI
November 21, 2017
By Kelly Jackson

Artificial intelligence is set to replace 1.8 million jobs by 2020.

That’s according to a recent Gartner study, which also estimates the AI industry will create 2.3 million new jobs by the same year — for a net gain.

The field’s hot, and there are thousands of openings for machine learning engineers, data scientists, research scientists and business intelligence engineers across the board. Interested in getting in on the action? BuiltInAustin asked some local AI experts—including Olono's Dan Greff—to weigh in what it's like to work in the burgeoning industry.

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"AI requires a massive amount of actual data. You can't just create software and expect good results without real datasets. That means the best results come when developers and data scientists work together from the very start of any AI or machine-learning project."