- Be dangerous enough to use AI as a tool to bring value to the world.I’m not learning these technologies for the sake of learning. I’m going to use what I learn to build something epic.
- Combine AI with my knowledge of fitness and nutrition to help the world move more and eat better. I know I won’t ever be the worlds leading expert in AI or fitness or nutrition as singular disciplines but I can be a leader in the crossover of the three.
- Inspire others to embark on their own learning journey. By writing about my journey and sharing what I’ve learned, I want to encourage others to choose themselves and create their own paths.
I went in reverse when I began my studies. I dived straight in the deep end (literally) and signed up for a Deep Learning course without ever writing a single line of Python code.
I scared myself to the point I emailed support asking whether I was eligible for refund. Luckily, I didn’t take the refund.
After learning more about the field, I matured a little and started to get an idea of where I want to take my studies. More thought is starting to go into where I spend my time.
I’m not looking to be the best Artificial Intelligence Engineer or the most hireable. My focus is a foundation of knowledge I can use to build things.
My curriculum is not as robust as it could be, instead, it’s being built on the fly, learning what I need to know to get to the next step.
If you have any advice for me, including courses I should look at or skills I should work on, please feel free to let me know in the comments, my email or Twitter.