Francesco
Nucci

Director of Energy, Media and Cultural Heritage laboratories of the Engineering R&D Division. Member of various national and international committees and advisory groups, concerning technological innovation matters, on which he has gained a consolidated industrial and business experience over the years. A graduate of the Sapienza University in mathematics with specialization in Artificial Intelligence, he has completed his education with courses at M.I.T.. He was an Adjunct Professor in various Italian universities and has conducted several international projects for which he won prizes and awards, including the National Innovation Prize promoted by the President of the Italian Republic.

   
TECH | Mar 28, 2017

Data Science: what competences are necessary?

About 1 million new Data Scientist jobs for European industries up to 2020, but there is need for training
A little statistics, a little maths, some hackers: this is the classic way of considering the Data Scientist, the most sought-after professional in the industry who wants to properly address the challenges of the digital economy and the increasing availability of large amounts of data, the so-called Big Data. The profession of Data Scientist – with the knowledge and competences to analyze and interpret the Big Data that are available every day – is set to become a central figure in all businesses[…]