AI Mentors E06: Hendrik Brackmann, Head of Data Science at Finiata Berlin

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Welcome to episode 6 of AI Mentors, the podcast that helps you pave the way for a successful career in the world of Data Science and AI.

Powered by Alldus International the premium AI Workforce Solutions, our top consultant’s interview AI Leaders and Data Scientists from around the world about their personal journey to becoming a front-runner in AI. Guests offer practical advice to those interested in becoming a leader in Data Science and AI.

Today’s guest is Hendrik Brackmann, Head of Data Science at Finiata based in Berlin. Finiata is making a huge impact in the financial industry by providing working capital financing for freelancers and SME’s over a fully automated data-driven scoring technology, which provides same-day decision-making and liquidity.

Having successfully expanded to Poland and aiming to further grow throughout Europe, it is Finiata’s vision to become the leading European tech company, by enabling freelancers and SME’s to reap the rewards of their hard work immediately and celebrate instant payments of their invoices.

In the show today, Hendrik will tell you about:

  • Interesting projects he is working on at Finiata
  • Advice on making the move from academia to industry
  • How to influence AI and Data Science within your company
  • The importance of a data-driven environment
  • Building a Data Science team
  • How to make the most out of your Data Science career

To find out more about Hendrik and his work, check out the website  www.finiata.com and you can also connect with him on Linkedin.

What were your key learns from Hendrik’s podcast? What takeaways did you gain from the show to help in your Data Science aspirations? I would love to hear your thoughts so please leave a comment below.

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James Baker

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