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In our next stop in Belgrade, our guest is fascinated by the application of AI, machine learning, and data science in the digital transformation of businesses.
Darko Todorovic is VP of Engineering and Delivery at the software company HTEC Group.
Prior to that, Darko was in charge of R&D, leading the development center of the company HTEC in Niš.
Darko is a Ph.D. candidate in the field of Robotics at the University of Niš, where he was the head of the Robotics Laboratory and thought at the Department of Control Systems.
In his conversation with Irina, Darko shares how his science education (at Petnica Science Center) and early exposure to different scientific areas have influenced his career path in the tech world and at the HTEC group.
In this episode, Darko talks about how universities can become the breeding ground for innovation and talent again.
He reflects on HTEC’s approach to business, talent acquisition, and growth. “Create an environment where people can become the best version of themselves”, Darko says.
Darko also spoke about HTEC’s group’s efforts to put the CEE region on the map as a product destination. “We are not the option where you go to cut the prices, we are the option where you go to solve your biggest problem”, he explains.
Tune in to hear his insights on the importance of problem-solving skills and human intelligence compared to AI.
Don’t miss our previous episode – we chatted with the inventor of a smart glove for blind people Nikola Krstic of Anoris Technology.
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