Mr. Juan Carlos Neira Almanza, 4th year student, won an internship and a scholarship of the "Cybernics program to develop human resource to pioneer the future" of a university venture, Cyberdyne.
As an intern at Cyberdyne, he will work on the application of machine learning for the analysis of the data that they collect from different health devices. Through this program, Cyberdyne will provide him monthly stipend funds and a loan to support his studies, with the possibility for him to apply for a position in the company after graduation.
[Message from Juan]
Leaving the academia and working in a company can be a daunting task for many (including myself), but the experience of applying the knowledge that we had acquired through Humanics into solving new problems and achieving new things is amazing. I totally recommend you to try it.