Can I leverage Artificial Intelligence in a non-technical field? Do companies and management encourage innovation in employees? Should I take this course? What are the skills it teaches?
If you’re looking for answers to these questions and others like them, watch this video to learn from Everth Hernandez (Country Manager, Aruba) in conversation with moderator Milind Kopikare (President, Great Learning – North America). A part of the interactive Ask Me Anything series, this webinar tells you how you can leverage Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning skills to boost your career.
Being a curious professional working with products that use AI in the technological field, Everth decided to venture into learning the domain. As a leader, it is now easier for him to understand what is happening underneath the surface and engage with his team and consumers better. He explores how the program has equipped his professional growth with in-demand skills. Everth’s knowledge has helped him apply AI/ML concepts to refine and simplify the operational problems he faces using data. He recalls the hands-on approach of learning with the program and the mentorship sessions.
Watch as the speakers delve into the program structure, designed by reputed faculty from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin. The dedicated learning support, mentorship sessions, real-life hands-on projects, and flexibility helped Everth extract as much knowledge as possible. To know more about the program, click here.
Everth Hernandez is a Country Manager at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. He is an experienced executive with vast knowledge in the computer networking industry. He has worked with Cisco Systems, Hewlett-Packard, Foundry Networks, and Cabletron System with over 20 years of work experience. He is skilled in HPE Products, Storage, IP Networking, Servers, and Data Center. Everth holds a Master’s in Business Administration from EGADE Business School and a Bachelor’s in Engineering from Tecnologico de Monterrey, Mexico. He is an alumnus of Texas McCombs’ PG Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: Business Applications.