Meet The Team
I am the founder and originator of Data Science Hacker blog. Already during my second year of university, I discovered that I was fascinated by the world of data. Computer Science studies at the Warsaw University of Technology armed me with very high mathematical and engineering skills. My fascination with data led me to study the next program in Quantitative Methods in Economics and Information System at Warsaw School of Economics. Afterward, I managed to get a DAAD scholarship and left Poland to further develop my knowledge in Statistics & Econometrics at the University of Bonn (according to the Shanghai ranking 2021: 84th best university in the world). Besides, I simultaneously developed my skills and knowledge by taking various courses in Data Science and Machine Learning, e.g. PgCert in ML and DL. In my career, I have gained experience, among others, at one of the Max Planck Institutes, which is a part of the Society with a world-leading reputation as a science and technology research organization and more than 35 Nobel Prizers. I also gained experience working with data as a Statistician in European Border and Coast Guard Agency and as Data Science and Machine Learning Specialist in two companies in the marketing sector. Thirsty to pass on my knowledge, I work as a Data Science Mentor in an EdTech company and decided to start with blog.
Graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. Trainee-attorney-at-law in the Kraków Bar Association. LLM student in German Law at Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. Enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence and big data. I'm an author in the non-technical section of the DS Hacker blog, where I describe the development of artificial intelligence through a lawyer’s lens. Professionally, I provide, among others legal services for business entities. Hence, I'm aware of the challenges for the business world brought by the adoption of Artificial Intelligence. Nowadays, rapid technological development requires interdisciplinary knowledge from both ethicists and lawyers. Therefore, I continuously develop my competencies on a technical level. In my free time, I learn programming in Python - the most popular Data Science language.