David Diaz


I am graduated of Accounting and Finance. I am curious and eager to learn.

Location Havana, Cuba



  • @SaraBonnar what a shame. I have done some futureLearn courses, of course there have been some mistakes and lots of doubts from students, but this it's the first one where the lecturer doesn't actively check the course lessons. Maybe they shouldn't have launch the course until the lecturer were able to pay the proper attention.

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  • Could you get any help from futurelearn staff?

  • @AddyFletcher Yes I thought I was wrong, but there is definitely something wrong with the quiz and tests. I already gave a low rating to this course, because yes everyone make mistakes, but the lecturer of the course haven't say anything about this comments and those who pay for the upgrade are getting low grade due to the mistakes in the tests.

  • @SaraBonnar I don't know about the test, I haven't upgraded the course. If your have found incorrect answers also in the test I suggest to you to don't take any more test and ask to the lecturer about these issues. I don't know if these can be somehow reported to futureLearn

  • Hey, I only get correct answers at questions 2 and 5:
    Question 1: I get 405.71 and correct answer is 401.55
    Question 3: I get 14.04% and correct answer is 13.90%
    Question 4: I get 2664.75 and correct answer is 2301.91
    Here is an excel file with my answer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TwxK6GwYGlYuyDsjLJ8WJbSShU-JJIA-/view?usp=drivesdk. Any help with...

  • I get incorrect answers at question 3 ( I get 186.92 and correct answer was 185.05) and question 5 (I get 176,231.62 and correct answer was 174,469.30). I solve the excercises using excel: =FV(0.08,14,0,60000) (for question 3) and =PV(0.07,1,0,200) (for question 5). Can someone explain me where I made a mistake.

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    The bad economic situation if the company I work for.

  • Thanks. I started to use R because I am an accountant and I am looking to use AI techniques to improve my career path. I will need programming skills but I am not looking for a programer job and for that R is the best programming language ( https://towardsdatascience.com/the-8-most-popular-coding-languages-of-2021-b3dccb004635 ).

    Even though, I will have...

  • The peer reviews activities are always useful, because you get to see your work from another point of view

  • I think that the artist can claim the creative ownership, he is just using a new tool. The author will no longer be able to claim the ownership when tool start to be conscious ; )

  • I have workerd with Keras and I want to point out that, even when it is written in python, it can be use also with the R programing language.

  • Some articles talk about AI like it was here and it was already capable of everything and in others its say that AI career will froze again and fall into the deep. Is true that AI intelligence have had rough times, called winters, three to be exact, but I don't think that will happen again. However I don't support either that AI is at its peak. AI won't stop...

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    Hi, I am David Díaz. And what exited me to learn more about creative AI is recent video I watch where an AI was capable of writing a script

  • Data scientists roll sounds very interesting to me.

  • I am not exactly interesting in a career as a full time developer. But I think that programing is a skill that I need to get my career to another level.

  • The most interesting about how software teams work it is the interactive between the coworkers. I think it can't bee a little difficult to me do pair programing at the beginning, but I'm sure that when I get to know the team it would be easy

  • Peer review activities are always useful because allow you to see your work from another perspective

  • Is not this lesson the same as 2.8 but with the video?

  • In my little programing experience I haven't face a problem that can't be solve with this kind of logic. Logical variables and if-else statements are a power tool

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    The Blockly exercises are very similar to the coup of tea problem. This exercise are quite simple. I feel very confident. Yes the JS code make sense.

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    Thanks for this

  • I also know and have experience with R

  • Being a professional programmee sounds good. I will like to write code for business management, I have some experience in the area but I am looking to improve my programing skills

  • I do think that the comparison between the tea-making algorithms and programing is a fair one. These could be useful because it could be a good example to also teach how functions in code work. If sugar or not, if milk or no, elaborate this statements with this examplea will make easier to explain how functions works.

  • I think that AI should be included

  • I am David Díaz

  • Literature in academic terms:
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  • I agree with you

  • My understanding of lecture, seminars, tutorials and independent study haven't changed. But even though, I have to acknowledge that, hearing and reading how Omar talk about it, lectures, seminars and tutorials look more interesting at UK universitirs that at my home country universities.

  • Amazing lesson, the phonetic chart is very helpful, thanks

  • It will depend on the subject of the assignment. I personally think that when someone is studying should look at both subject-specific and learner dictionaries.

  • Look it up in a dictionary help you with your language skills. It teach you how to use it in a sentence and what are its synonymous and anonymous.

  • Another feature for a successful student that I didn't mentioned in the step 1.3 and that is said and explained in the video would be to become part of the learning process of the learners group, actively participating in group study so will be able to learn no just from the tutor if also from is peers

  • Amazing lesson. Thank you for these tips

  • I think there is not one thing or a conjunction of features that we can use to define a successful student. Because as explained by some of the others learners this depend on each person and is capabilities. Therefore I am going to mention some of the features that I have observed, during my academic life, in some of my fellows student that I consider...

  • As I mentioned in the comments of the previous lessons I am from Havana, Cuba. My city is famous for its architecture, two of the most remarkable landmarks of my city are the Capitol and the Morro Castle.

    People from Havana and from Cuba are very positive, funny and strong. Regarding to why I love or hate living in my county I must say that I have mixed...

  • They faces a lot of risks, for example. Any change in the relationship between two countries could result in an increase in import-export taxes. This will damage it with a increase of costs. Regarding to legal aspects Amazon has already faced problems in countries like Spain for mistreatment of its workers.

  • Economics and Political features impact in my country, Cuba, are both driving by the economic embargo of USA and the protectionist contra measures that the government has taken.

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    Hello, my name is David Díaz. I am from Havana, Cuba. I joined to this course because I want to improve my english skills.

  • Peer review assignment was useful, because you get to see your work from other point of view.