It was around 2012 when the Deep Learning buzzword was starting to appear. I was still in college at that time and I decided to take a course called Pattern Recognition because of all the hype.
That was it. Ever since my whole career is pretty much centered around Artificial Intelligence and I wouldn’t have it any other way, to be honest
After I finished my Masters degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering, I joined a small startup as a Data Scientist and then I worked as an Independent Contractor, helping companies and individuals building their Machine Learning products and gain business value through Data Science.
Last time I checked, I was a Software Engineer at HubSpot as a part of the Machine Learning Infrastructure team. Well, I decided to see Machine Learning from a backend developer perspective and dive into the engineering and deployment part of AI.