Dr. Franziska Horn

Data, with Love

ML for Data Strategists Workshop

AI: Realizing Opportunities

This course is aimed at employees, who have an interest in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and managers, who want to supervise data science projects.

The three-day workshop follows a "flipped classroom" format, where the participants study the theory and solve the exercises at their own speed and the results are then discussed in the group sessions.



The course consists of three group sessions and a self-study part before each group session, where you read through the chapters of the book, test yourself with short quizzes, and take notes in the workbook. Your answers to the questions in the workbook are the basis for the group discussions.

Important: Please complete the Preparation part before the first group session!

The group sessions take place remotely via Microsoft Teams, Google Meet, Zoom, Slack, or similar. Please join the calls with your camera turned on so the sessions feel a bit more personal.

How to get the most out of this course

Think of the questions in the workbook as questions an interested colleague might ask you after the course. Following the Feynman Technique, try to explain what you've learned in your own words, which is the easiest way to identify any gaps in your knowledge.
Don't try to memorize any facts, but instead connect them with what you already know and make sure you understand the "why" behind the answers.
And if anything seems confusing, please make a note of it and ask in the next meeting!

Preparation before the course (~20min)

Day 1

Group Session (~1h)

Self-Study Part 1 (~5h)

Block 1.1:
Block 1.2:

Day 2

Group Session (~4h)

Self-Study Part 2 (~3h)

Block 2.1:
Block 2.2:

Day 3

Group Session (~4h)