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  • Why are some tips and tricks to succeed in Machine Learning as a physicist?
    1. Do not waste too much time trying to obtain certifications. You might end up spending quite some cash for no real added value (at least interview-wise)
    2. A ML engineer’s job is useful if and only if other people can interact with it. Always think of what comes before and after your model is good enough.
    3. Python is your best friend, but not your only friend: other languages and frameworks might serve better purposes (e.g. create interface with HTML/CSS/JavaScript, containerize your app with Docker, run fast code with C or Rust, etc.)
    4. Get your hands very dirty: it’s the only way to learn ML
    5. Pick a problem you like, “solve it” and document everything on github. It looks much better than a certificate
    6. Even if working alone, treat your project as a team effort: document everything, create branches when modifying your code, ensure reproducibility. Remember that to excel at ML you also need to be a good software engineer. Keep this in mind and You will be better than 99% of candidates applying for roles.
  • What other roles are there (e.g. data engineer) and in which way they are different?
    1. Software Engineer: Focuses on designing and building entire software systems, with extensive knowledge of programming languages, unrelated to machine learning in principle.
    2. Frontend Developer: Specializes in the visual and interactive elements of websites or web apps using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, generally unrelated to machine learning.
    3. Backend Developer: Concentrates on server-side application aspects, handling database interactions and core functionalities, typically unrelated to machine learning.
    4. Full-stack Developer: Merges frontend and backend development roles, capable of building both client and server software, usually unrelated to machine learning.
    5. Data Analyst: Partners with the business side, using data for studies or predictions, less tech-oriented and more related to machine learning.
    6. Data Engineer: Manages data infrastructure for effective machine learning, focusing on data storage, processing, and preparation.
    7. Data Scientist: Role varies by company, involves advanced analytics and machine learning for insights and predictions, sometimes misused as a job title.
    8. DevOps: Manages cloud services, infrastructure, and workflows for application deployment and maintenance, generally unrelated to machine learning.
  • What does a Machine Learning Engineer do?
     Machine Learning involves presenting to a computer a sufficient amount of data, in order for it to become able to make its own predictions on new, unseen data
  • What are common challenges businesses face when adopting AI?
    Challenges include lack of expertise, data privacy concerns, integrating AI with existing systems, and ensuring the AI solutions align with business objectives.
  • How do I start integrating AI into my business?
    Begin by identifying specific problems or areas AI can improve. Then, develop a roadmap, engage with stakeholders, and consider starting with a small pilot project to test the waters.
  • How do I know if my company is ready to invest in AI?
    Assess your company’s current understanding of AI, your competitive landscape, and your data readiness. Also, consider whether you have the necessary resources and technical expertise to support AI projects.
  • What are the 3 Stages of AI Readiness?
    The 3 Stages of AI Readiness include Exploration, Experimentation, and Stabilisation.
    • Exploration involves understanding AI and brainstorming its potential uses.
    • Experimentation is about testing AI in practical scenarios.
    • Stabilisation focuses on integrating AI solutions into regular business processes.
  • What should I consider in the Exploration stage of AI Readiness?
    In the Exploration stage, consider how AI can benefit your business, how competitors are using AI, and identify potential AI use cases within your organization. It's also a good time to start thinking about pilot projects and Proof of Concept.
  • How can AI create value for my business?
    AI can streamline tasks, increase efficiency, improve time management, and reduce costs. By analyzing data and automating complex processes, AI can provide innovative solutions to everyday challenges and difficult issues.
  • what is the most common application of ai in banking?
    Customer Service
  • 5) How does AI contribute to customer service improvement in fintech?
    AI automates processes, provides faster responses, and identifies cross-selling opportunities, leading to improved customer satisfaction and retention.
  • 4) What are the key benefits of AI in risk management within the fintech industry?
    AI aids in risk management by analysing data and market trends, providing insights for better decision-making and risk mitigation.
  • 3) How does AI personalise financial products and services for customers?
    AI analyses customer data and behaviours to recommend tailored financial solutions, enhancing customer satisfaction and engagement.
  • 2) How does AI contribute to the security of financial transactions?
    AI detects anomalies and potential fraud, enhancing security by identifying and minimising risks in financial transactions.
  • 1) What is AI in fintech, and how does it work?
    AI in fintech refers to using artificial intelligence in financial tasks, utilising algorithms and machine learning to process data and improve efficiency.
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  • What is AI in fintech, and how does it work?
    AI in fintech refers to using artificial intelligence in financial tasks, utilising algorithms and machine learning to process data and improve efficiency.
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