Omdena Youth Interview: Pravalika Pandayala
April 22nd, 2021

Interviewer: Akanksha Agarwal What is your background? I am Pravallika Padyala, a 16-year old who is really passionate about medicine and data science. My Omdena journey consists of working on a Malaria project with startup Zzapp. I am currently working on a cancer proj

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Omdena´s First Scholarship Recipient: AI Changemaker Madhu Charan from India
April 10th, 2021

We are extremely happy to have selected our first recipient of the Omdena Scholarship Award. The selection is based on various factors including the effectiveness of the scholarship, the recipient´s story, and contribution to Omdena. The scholarship amount is equivalen

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Through The Looking Glass: A Deep-Dive Into an Omdena Challenge
April 2nd, 2021

Wondering what it’s like to work on an Omdena challenge? Are you unsure of how you will be able to contribute? Don’t worry! Just walk through the looking glass (this article 😄) to enter the amazing world of collaboration and learning.   By Sneha Bahl  

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Don´t Forget To Hone Your Data Engineering Skills (If you Want To Make A Dent in Real-World AI Projects)
March 24th, 2021

Big data engineering has been ranking high among emerging jobs on LinkedIn, surpassing data scientists in many ways. If you want to make a dent in real-world projects and accelerate your career, make sure to augment your data engineering skills.      Intervie

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Career Building, Conquering Your Fear and Moving Into the Right Direction – Data Science Entrepreneur Sijuade Oguntayo
March 9th, 2021

Data Science Entrepreneur Sijuade Oguntayo was one of Udacity’s first code reviewers and Mentors. After perceiving a big failure in his career, he bounced back and shares his tips on how to overcome the fear of failure to make it a strength in building a data science

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Data Science Courses – You’ve Completed Lots Of? Now, What’s Next?
March 7th, 2021

You might have finished plenty of data science courses. Now, instead of directly heading to Kaggle’s Titanic competition, there is a better way to make the transition into the real world.   By Rehab Emam A typical question pops in our minds when we complete m

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