What does a Computer Scientist do?
Computer scientists use applications of technology to solve problems. They write programs including computer software, they develop websites, and they create applications for mobile devices. As experts in computer hardware and software systems, they have a mastery of various programming skills and languages. They often find innovative use for existing technologies and study complex issues and problems within computing to find appropriate solutions in business, science, medicine, and other technologically mandated fields.
Computer scientists are responsible for the validation and development of mathematical models that foster a computer’s interaction between a computer and a human user. Computer scientists operate computer programs and improve upon the actual processes and performance of the computers themselves. Computer scientists also research and focus on data structure, algorithms, information and database theory, as well as programming, language theory, and computer vision, and have a bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, math, or related fields.
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