In addition to getting the technical skills in statistics, machine
learning and computer programming, take some classes in the
social sciences, learn how to define problems, and communicate
with people about the solution you’re developing as well as its
impact. Learning these skills will not only give you a broader
perspective and understanding of the problems you’re solving, but
will also increase your chances of making an impact.
by Rayid Ghani3
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