Adi Bronshtein is a former Jr. Data Scientist at Open Data Nation where he buLIt machine learning models to predict motor vehicle crashes. Adi is currently an Instructor Associate for the part-time Data Science Fundamentals course at General Assembly in Washington D.C., where he assists in the training of new data scientists. It was through working as a translator of movies and shows, and translating a documentary on big data, that Adi became interested in data science and its power in making the world a better place. That experience led Adi to attending a Data Science course at General Assembly, the 12-week full-time program focused on real-world applications of data science principles and best practices. He holds a bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences and a master’s degree in clinical psychology, and especially enjoys combining data science and psychology.
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