What is AI when it is made real? What do AI-professionals in Oslo actually do, and how did they get there? We have asked four professionals working with AI in one way or another to give us their view on what it means to have a career in AI, and what made them choose their own path.
In short, Sabrina (kolonial.no) will share some insights she has obtained working as a recruiter in the field, Julia (Inmeta Consulting) will talk about alternative pathways into an AI-centric career, Stephen (Elkjøp) will share his story on entering the field together with lessons learned and Arturo (Capgemini) will talk about how he transitioned from academia into the business world.
We are looking forward to an inspiring hour with multiple viewpoints on what AI is in practice. This is a great opportunity for us all to get some honest insight into a “hyped” topic, so we’ll reserve plenty of time for questions!
The talks will begin at 17:30 on October 13th. Conference link to this digital event will be made available to those with a reserved spot.
Reserve your spot at: https://www.meetup.com/Oslo-AI/events/273561795/
See you online!
Oslo.AI is a non-commercial initiative – by the community for the community. We strive to foster and accelerate the development of a vibrant community of practitioners in AI & Machine Learning within the rapidly developing Oslo tech ecosystem.
This digital event is made possible by Oslo.AI team, volunteers and four fabulous presenters.
Sabrina is an experienced Talent Acquisition Partner working with one of Norway’s fastest scaling tech companies Kolonial.no where she has been … Read More
Talent Acquisition Partner Kolonial.no
Arturo Opsetmoen Amador, PhD, EMBA
Arturo Opsetmoen Amador is the manager of the AI sensing division in Capgemini. He comes from Mexico where he started his studies in the faculty of … Read More
Manager AI Sensing Capgemini