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Ayesha Saleem

November 24, 2022

Top 5 AI skills and AI jobs to know about before 2023

Looking for AI jobs? Well, here are our top 5 AI jobs along with all the skills needed to land them

Rapid technological advances and the promotion of machine learning have shifted manual processes to automated ones. This has not only made the lives of humans easier but has also generated error-free results. To only associate AI with IT is baseless. You can find AI integrated into our day-to-day lives. From self-driven trains to robot waiters, from marketing chatbots to virtual consultants, all are examples of AI.

AI skills - AI jobs
AI Skills and AI Jobs

We can find AI everywhere without even knowing it. It is hard to explain how quickly it has become a part of our daily routine. AI will automatically find suitable searches, foods, and products even without you uttering a word. It is not hard to say that robots will replace humans very shortly.

The evolution of AI has increased the demand for AI experts. With the diversified AI job roles and emerging career opportunities, it won’t be difficult to find a suitable job matching your interests and goals. Here are the top 5 AI jobs picks that may come in handy along with the skills that will help you land them effortlessly.

 

Must-have skills for AI jobs

To land the AI job you need to train yourself and become an expert in multiple skills. These skills can only be mastered through great zeal of effort, hard work, and enthusiasm to learn them. Every job required its own set of core skills i.e. some may require data analysis, so others might demand expertise in machine learning. But even with the diverse job roles, the core skills needed for AI jobs remain constant which are,

  1. Expertise in a programming language (especially in Python, Scala, and Java)
  2. Hands-on knowledge of Linear Algebra and Statistics
  3. Proficient at Signal Processing Techniques
  4. Profound knowledge of the Neural Network Architects

 

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Our top 5 picks for AI jobs

 

1. Machine Learning Engineer

machine learning engineer
Machine Learning engineer

Who are they?

They are responsible for discovering and designing self-driven AI systems that can run smoothly without human intervention. Their main task is to automate predictive models.

What do they do?

From designing ML systems, drafting ML algorithms, and selecting appropriate data sets they sand then analyzing large data along with testing and verifying ML algorithms.

Qualifications are required? Individuals with bachelor’s or doctoral degrees in computer science or mathematics along with proficiency in a modern programming language will most likely get this job. Knowledge about cloud applications, expertise in mathematics, computer science, machine learning, programming language, and related certifications are preferred,

 

2. Robotics Scientist

Robotics scientist
Robotics Scientist

Who are they? They design and develop robots that can be used to perform the error-free day-to-day task efficiently. Their services are used in space exploration, healthcare, human identification, etc.

What do they do? They design and develop robots to solve problems that can be operated with voice commands. They operate different software and understand the methodology behind it to construct mechanical prototypes. They collaborate with other field specialists to control programming software and use them accordingly.

Qualifications required? A robotics scientist must have a bachelor’s degree in robotics/ mechanical engineering/ electrical engineering or electromechanical engineering. Individuals with expertise in mathematics, AI certifications, and knowledge about CADD will be preferred.

 

3. Data Scientist

Data scientist
Data Scientist

Who are they? They evaluate and analyze data and extract valuable insights that assist organizations in making better decisions.

What do they do? They gather, organize and interpret a large amount of data using ML and predict analytics into much more valuable perspicuity. They use tools and data platforms like Hadoop, Spark, Hive, and programming languages especially Java, SQL, and Python to go beyond statistical analysis.

Qualification required? They must have a master’s or doctoral degree in computer sciences with hands-on knowledge of programming languages, data platforms, and cloud tools.

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4. Research Scientist

 

Who are they? They analyze data and evaluate gathered information using restrained-based examinations.

What do they do?  Research scientists have expertise in different AI skills from ML, NLP, data processing and representation, and AI models which they use for solving problems and seeking modern solutions.

Qualifications required? Bachelor or doctoral degree in computer science or other related technical fields. Along with good communication, knowledge about AI, parallel computing, AI algorithms, and models is highly recommended for those who are thinking of pursuing this career opportunity.

 

5. Business Intelligence Developer

 

Who are they? They organize and generate the business interface and are responsible for maintaining it.

What do they do? They organize business data, extract insights from it, keep a close eye on market trends and assist organizations in achieving profitable results. They are also responsible for maintaining complex data in cloud base platforms.

Qualifications required? Bachelor’s degree in computer science, and other related technical fields with added AI certifications. Individuals with experience in data mining, SSRS, SSIS, and BI technologies and certifications in data science will be preferred.

 

Conclusion

A piece of advice for those who want to pursue AI as their career,” invest your time and money”. Take related short courses, acquire ML and AI certifications, and learn about what data science and BI technologies are all about and practices. With all these, you can become an AI expert having a growth-oriented career in no time.

 

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