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June 17, 2022, 4:16 a.m. | /u/Forward-Philosophy46

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Hi everyone, I could use some advice. I just graduated with my PhD in a physical science and am having a hard time landing a data science job. My PhD research was focused on using AI to solve probabilistic inverse problems with large datasets, so I have a strong theoretical background in probability and ML, and published a few papers using different ML algorithms for data interpretation & risk analysis.

Long story short, I spent my PhD preparing for an …

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