Experts say it’s certain that advances in artificial intelligence, or AI, and machine learning will not only improve existing technologies but also be a springboard to inventing new high-tech smart devices and systems.
That outlook for these fast-emerging fields bodes well for Jay Shah.
A graduate research assistant in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence, one of the seven Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University, Shah is on track to earn a doctoral degree in computer science and embark on a career in which AI and machine learning will be key tools of his trade.
Shah is already gaining attention as one the emerging broadcast voices in the AI and machine learning community. The “Machine Learning Podcast with Jay Shah” has steadily been gaining listeners and drawing accolades since its debut more than three years ago.
Audiences are drawn by Shah’s interviews and discussions with scientists, engineers, professors and researchers whose work focuses on AI and machine learning. Shah has also been expanding the conversation specifically to educate and advise students about these complex and still relatively nascent areas of the tech universe.