Adama Diallo on Computer Vision and Diversity in AI

Adama Diallo on Computer Vision and Diversity in AI

Adama Diallo on Computer Vision and Diversity in AI

Adama Diallo grew up fascinated by the human brain. Now, at Paradigm, a maker of software for builders, he’s using artificial intelligence to map architectural spaces. Born in Mauritania, he earned a national scholarship and moved to Quebec, Canada in 2007, where he studied physics aiming for a PhD. A job teaching physics intervened, and soon his childhood fascination with AI led him to explore the subject through online courses. With a repertoire of machine learning skills and a head full of ideas of what to build, he moved from data science into AI development. Read on to learn about Adama’s projects, advice for learners, and views on bias in the AI industry.

Source: www.deeplearning.ai/blog/working-ai-adama-diallo-computer-vision-diversity-in-ai/

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