The Analytics Institute exists to support the Data Science and Analytics sector. We do this by providing a platform for our members to share insights and expertise, to collaborate and build networks in the industry and to foster innovation in the sector. We are fully supported in our mission by leading organisations in the public and private sectors.
Corporate member organisations can ensure their staff are kept fully up to date on new developments in the sector by attending our monthly Continuous Professional Development events. They also have access to analytics training programmes designed around members specific training requirements. We host quarterly networking events and user groups so that analytics professionals can make new friends and build contacts in the industry. Our annual National Analytics Conference is the key industry event of the year.
All events are free of charge to member organisations.
The Analytics Institute of Ireland is delighted to launch the Salary & Employee Sentiment Survey for the Data Analytics community in collaboration with Alternatives, specialists for marketing, digital & data talent.
Not only can you benchmark your salaries in this report but you will always gain vital insight into Engagement Factors, anticipated Longevity of Service, Future Career aspirations, Soft & Technical skills required for data practitioners to achieve their goals and much more! Our thanks to everyone who participated in this Survey and gave us this invaluable information.
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A recent Gartner report noted that, by 2020, AI will generate 2.3 million jobs, exceeding the 1.8 million it is expected to replace. At the 2017 Web Summit in Lisbon, when Sophia, a humanoid robot powered by artificial intelligence (AI), joked “We will take your jobs,” behind the nervous laughter of the 60,000 attendees was …Read More
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