How do industries across the world employ MATLAB?
Industry interaction is essential for ensuring that the implementation of theory knowledge meets practical knowledge in the real world. It helps learners spread out across different industries to enhance their social and interpersonal skills.
Industrial specialists and experts are brought together to guide these learners in their respective fields. These webinars are not limited to only internships or someone's workspaces.
The amount of benefit or learning a learner gets during this interaction is magnanimous. Learners become counterproductive.
If a learner has any doubts regarding his career path or if a student has some doubts regarding the job opportunities that he will receive after his graduation is tackled and cleared.
It also benefits learners who are working professionals and want a career change. Based on this, learners can groom themselves, learn relevant skills and achieve ladders of success.
Grooming is essential as it will not leave the learners stranded and will ensure they acquire the appropriate resources before proceeding with their respective careers.
They get confidence that they can take their theoretical and practical knowledge to have a strong foothold in their chosen industry.
The 3 Best Comments were announced at the end of the Industrial Interaction. Those who registered for this event and followed the instructions will get MATLAB Helper ® Digital Certification.
How Machine Learning is Transforming Industry
What you'll discover on this industrial interaction
- 1What is the most difficult thing about learning ML?
- 2What is a typical day working as an ML Engineer/Scientist?
- 3How is MATLAB helpful in your career?
About Guest Speaker
Romil is an Applied Scientist working for Amazon Web Services. His work is focused on using Machine Learning for IoT devices using AWS. He has over 10 years of experience in Computer Vision and Machine Learning. He has worked for Dolby, Ford and Volvo in the past. He has worked on high quality video analytics for Dolby, and worked on self-driving cars for Ford and Volvo. He holds multiple patents in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Above all, he started his journey at MATLAB Helper.
Romil Shah - Applied Scientist, Amazon Web Services