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Should more scientists become data scientists?

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Marc Warner is co-founder and CEO of the ASI , which has helped organisations including the BBC and NHS make sense of data. He will be giving a talk on his career path from scientist to data scientist, and why he believes that this is the path of the future.

Marc holds a Research Fellowship in Physics at Harvard University, studying quantum metrology and quantum computing. His PhD research, in the field of quantum computing, was published in Nature and covered in the New York Times. He has worked in finance and consulted in numerous roles for a range of clients including the UK Houses of Parliament, on solar electricity, for a multinational corporation, on glass damage, and various start-ups on talent selection and data-driven decision making.

Currently, he is working as CEO of the ASI , the EMEA -based leader in data innovation, which he co-founded. The ASI helps organisations to make sense of data, from big to small. They specialise in data exploration, data science as a service, advanced analytics, predictive analytics and data engineering.

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