Leveraging technologies to keep learning and upskilling ourselves during this period of time is a positive way to manage today’s global chaos. I have delivered a series of forums in different cities in China on this topic.
I have explored why and how we should reskill ourselves to become big data literate and empower ourselves and colleagues around us to be a Citizen Data Scientist so that we can unleash the power of big data in the real world.
A summary of my China Series Webinar on Big Data Literacy in April 2020 can be found here:
Many of the offline classes & forums have been canceled or postponed due to the Cornavirus outbreak. Fortunately, technology can keep learning as usual. A group of big data experts has made use of technology to share their experience online on the topic of #BigDataLiteracy in the #DigitalEconomy.
#HKPC together with #OpenCertHub organized an online forum on the topic “The Most Wanted Data Technology Talent”. In this decade, #AI & Big Data skill will be a necessity for everyone, not just IT & data scientists. We need IQ, EQ & now DQ in order to compete and survive. DQ stands for #DataQuotient or #DataLiteracy. Every business leader and executive needs to boost their DQ in order to be able to create data-driven business models and monetize their data. It is a common language like English that we use it for our business worldwide. Please refer to my previous article for more. https://lnkd.in/fwqbUff
Reskilling everyone of us to be a #CitizenDataScientist has become an urgency in this decade no matter what industry & what position we are in now. Hundreds of audiences from a diverse background has joined the online forum. Glad that they have started aware of this urgency.
Thanks Patrick Tsoi , Daniel Yuen, Andy Kwok, #HKPC Edmond Lai, Karen Fung, Desmond Chan, & the audiences joined the forum.