AI Mentors E19: Jim Harper, Chief Operating Officer and Co-Founder with Sonde Health

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Welcome to episode 19 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.

Today’s guest is Jim Harper, who is the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Sonde Health. Sonde Health is a digital medicine company based in Boston who are developing a voice-based technology platform with the potential to transform the way we monitor and diagnose mental and physical health.

Sonde Health’s goal is to build new ways to follow mental and physical health to help you and your care team understand your health more completely so you know when and how to get the right help. They have the potential to advance their understanding of what it means to be and feel well.

In the show, Jim will tell you about:

  • His interesting research in biotechnology
  • Making the move from academia to industry
  • Top tips on working with the problem you are looking to solve
  • The importance of working with small data
  • Being passionate about your career
  • The fascinating projects at Sonde Health

To find out more about Jim and the work at Sonde Health, check out www.sondehealth.com. You can also connect with him on Linkedin and Twitter @jamesdharper.

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

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