About Jarvis Magazine
If you are wondering what JARVIS means, then you probably haven’t been inducted into the adventurous universe of Marvel Cinema. J.A.R.V.I.S. means Just A Rather Very Intelligent System and it is a fictional artificial intelligence in Iron Man and in other part of the Marvel Avenger’s series.
Jarvis Magazine is an online publication that provides informative resources and educative articles for enthusiasts, beginners, and professionals in data-driven fields. Through our interviews and creative contents, we aim to build a community of data scientists and artificial intelligent experts who will contribute to the exploration and understanding of big data in Africa and how it can help improve the economic, well-being and security of the continent.
Our Mission: To provide well-written, resourceful articles and share interviews with our readers
Our Vision: To become a community based knowledge portal and career resources provider for beginner and professionals in the field of data science and artificial intelligence.
What you can find on our website:
- Training and Tutorials: We publish articles submitted to us by our expert writers which can help business managers and professionals take actions to improve their business goals or decision-making processes.
- Resources and Tools: We publish resources about career, jobs, getting free stuffs, online courses, about programming languages and packages which are best for certain data modeling and analytics.
- Interviews: We interview professionals in the field of data science who provide us with their data science journey as well as nugget useful for those who want to start their career in this field.
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
‘Dammy Michael Odunosho is the founder and editor-in-chief at Jarvis Magazine. He is a graduate of the University of Lagos where he bagged a first class in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. Michael is an avid reader of literary works as well as stories about technology and he enjoys writing stories and articles on data science and AI.
Michael’s vision for Jarvis Magazine is to become a community-based knowledge portal and career resources provider for beginner and professionals in the field of data science and artificial intelligence with the overall aim of harnessing the data ecosystem in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
Hamzat Mariam is a writer, editor and a campus journalist who has interest in articles and essay writings. She’s an experienced SEO expert who has written for many blogs. She currently manages realmblogs.com.ng and works as an Associate Editor at SmartLeaves.
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