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Seeking Guidance on Deepening AI/ML Knowledge for Management

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Hello everyone,

I’m reaching out to this knowledgeable community for some advice and guidance. My background is in managing platform and business application development engineering teams, and I’ve had the opportunity to work closely with AI teams. However, I haven't had direct experience in managing AI/ML engineers. I have been a Java developer for many years before I stopped coding or the last 5+ years as I moved into people management roles.

I'm motivated to expand my role to effectively manage AI/ML teams. To do this, I realize the need to deepen my understanding of AI and ML, not just from a technical perspective but also from a managerial viewpoint. While I've read a few books on AI, I’m looking to build a more robust foundation.

Could anyone recommend resources or approaches that balance both technical learning and management insights? I’m particularly interested in videos, books, or any material that blends AI/ML technical knowledge with its applications in team management and project leadership.

Additionally, if you have personal experiences transitioning into managing AI/ML teams or tips on bridging the gap between technical and managerial roles in this field, I’d greatly appreciate your sharing.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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