Detectives always ask "why." And when there isn't an answer, you find one. Observation and logic are your greatest assets, and you don't mind working backward to solve a technical problem. Detectives thrive in investigative roles that involve machine learning/AI, cybersecurity automation, and data science.
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Personalized Courses for Detectives
Deep dive into ways that AI makes predictions, understands language and images, and learns using circuits inspired by the human brain.
Learn cybersecurity concepts, objectives, and practices, including types of attacks, social engineering, cryptography, and common approaches organizations take to prevent, detect, and respond to cyber-attacks.
Learn data science concepts, methods, and practice with hands-on simulations, using IBM Watson Studio with the data refinery tool.
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Machine Learning Engineer
Researches, builds, and designs the artificial intelligence responsible for machine learning, and maintains and improves existing AI systems.
Sources, manages, and analyzes large amounts of unstructured data with business acumen and analytical skills to mine, clean and present that data to help with decision-making.
Performs risk assessments and test systems for security related issues and against all passible breaches, exploits and vulnerabilities, helping to protect companies from attacks.