Dr. Nidal Al Said obtained his Ph.D from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. Prior to his tenure at Ajman University, he held various academic positions at different institutions. Notably, he served as the Chairperson of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and acted as the coordinator for the Graphic Design major in the Mass Communication College. Currently, Dr. Al Said serves as the Institutional Effectiveness Coordinator for the Mass Communication College and is the Head of the Academic Accreditation Committee. He has an impressive publication record that spans several areas, including AI/ML, Web and Smart Application Design and HCI, Data Mining, and IT in Education and Learning.
ML models and neural networks for analyzing 3D data spatial planning tasks: Example of Khasansky urban district of the Russian Federation
New information and computer technologies transform the social interaction and impose new demands for skills and thinking upon media specialists. The aim of this study is to determine the most effective set of information technologies, which can help media specialists develop competencies and thus stay competitive in the labor market. The research methodology is based on the overview of case studies concerning issues such as technology trends, human capital, and talent competitiveness. The qualitative analysis was performed in three phases – overviewing case studies, distinguishing trends and problem-solving. Analyzing data on skill supply and demand, the key skills needed to succeed in the workplace were identified. The results of the three-phase research revealed that the most important competencies needed to be in demand today are technology literacy, stress tolerance, and big data skills. The major finding of this study is that a media specialist needs to focus on learning throughout his life and gain hard and soft skills in the process.