Nico Jacobs
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Nico Jacobs

Azure Machine Learning plays a central role in the modern data warehouse: discovering useful patterns in all the collected data is essential in advanced analysis.

To get started with Azure machine learning you don’t need to be an expert: Microsoft provides ready-made models that can be used immediately (e.g. Cognitive services). For other business problems (e.g. churn) Microsoft provides a template, but we need to tune this template to our business data. And for some analysis problems we need to build machine learning solutions from scratch.

In this demo-oriented session you will see these three ways of working with Azure Machine Learning demonstrated.