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Bisma was hired in November 2017 and has since written numerous blog articles for our various sites. I have been nothing less than pleased with every single one of them, as her writing and grammar are the best I have come across. Ranging from cutting board care to science experiments, her various skills allow her to write about any subject she is given. She is fantastic to work with, always respectful and understanding and has never missed a deadline. Definitely, someone to hire for any of your writing projects!
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Hi. I’m Bisma. I am an Electrical Engineer turned freelance copywriter and web content writer, based in London, U.K.
With over 7 years of experience in freelance copywriting, content writing and business blog writing, I am your go-to person for effective web content writing.
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When I’m not writing compelling content, you will find me either baking, going sightseeing or advocating against food waste(not in any particular order).
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To some, it’s everyday talk. To others, the terms artificial intelligence and machine language may still look alien. Head to Google and you’ll find a million different articles differentiating these. But unfortunately, you won’t find much about the practical implications of AI and ML in electrical engineering.
I was approached by the wonderful people at EETech Media and Marketing to write a detailed piece on the subject, for their audience of electrical engineers.
Here’s my take on the difference between AI, ML & NLP – especially for electrical engineers.
In recent years, there has been a rising concern about the lack of women in tech roles. On International Women’s Day 2019, this issue has been in the limelight, all the more.
Debating about a subject can surely be a great way to spread awareness. It’s healthy, no doubt. But to bring about a real change, perhaps we need to do more than just talk about the lack of women in STEM? Let’s put into practice what we’ve been preaching.
As a woman who has been associated with STEM for the past 15 years, it’s upsetting for me to see that over these years, the figures haven’t changed much. Statistics show that in 8 leading tech companies of the world, women are highly underrepresented in the workforce. At companies like Microsoft and Google, female employees make up a mere one-third of the total workforce.
Packed with lots of learning and laughter, it was a day well spent for me. The copywriting conference comprised of a combination of fabulous talks and informative workshops. These were separated by short breaks for coffee, lunch and networking.
I have been a freelance copywriter for a couple of years now. And I admit that I was already familiar with some of the things mentioned in this blog. Nonetheless, they were great reminders. And it was reassuring to hear about them from the learned speakers. That’s why I have included them. As they might help someone else.