Using Azure for Machine Learning

Guest post by  Ami Zou, Microsoft Student Partner at University College London studying Computer Science, Mathematics and Economics. About me In my spare time, I love learning new technologies and going to hackathons. Our hackathon project Pantrylogs using Artificial Intelligence was selected as one of the 10 Microsoft Imagine Cup UK finalists. I’m interested in…

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Microsoft AI & AI School, learn how to start building intelligence into your solutions

http://azure.com/ai brings the best of the cloud to AI developers, and the best of AI to cloud developers. A great set of training resources are available at, the AI School. Dive in and learn how to start building intelligence into your solutions with the Microsoft AI platform, including pre-trained AI services like Cognitive Services and…

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Visual Studio Code and the AI Extension with Azure Machine Learning Work Bench

Guest blog by Rudraksh Shankaran  Microsoft Student Partner at University College London About Me: Hello! I’m Rudraksh Shankaran and I’m a 1st year Computer Science student at UCL. I’ve been very passionate about technology since middle school. I’m not a programming expert as I’m only a 1st year but have aspirations, however, I’m an avid…

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Visual Studio Code Tools for AI Extension

Visual Studio Code Tools for AI is an extension to build, test, and deploy Deep Learning / AI solutions in Microsoft Visual Studio Code. This allows you to develop deep learning and AI solutions across Windows and MacOS This extension seamlessly integrates with Azure Machine Learning for robust experimentation capabilities, including but not limited to…

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Air Quality Radar — Empowering City Users with Open Data

  Every year, 2nd year Computer Science students at the University of Cambridge take part in a group project with an industrial client.  This is a guest post from Team Alpha, who worked with Microsoft on their group project. Henry Faull, Jirka Lhotka, Sisi Liang, Henry Mercer, Pan Song, Michael Tang Team Alpha at the…

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Microsoft TechDays Online Register Now http://bit.ly/2k2lo5E

Join us on 20, 21 and 22 February for the first Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) led TechDays Online of 2017. On day one, MVPs and community leaders will delve into the World of Mobile Development, BOTs and Data Science followed by day two, where MVPs from around the Globe will share their knowledge of…

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Microsoft Student Partners – Azure Machine Learning Workshop at University of Cambridge

    Guest Blog from Microsoft Student Partner Lars Hulstaert On the 3rd of February, the Cambridge MSP’s organised the first workshop in a series of MSP-led workshops. The goal of these workshops is to provide a short introduction to a topic (e.g. machine learning, IoT, etc.) and provide the attendees with some hand-on experience…

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Free data sets for Azure Machine Learning

  One of the key things students need, for learning how to use Microsoft Azure Machine learning,  is access sample data sets and experiments. At Microsoft we have made a number of  sample data sets available. These data sets are used by the sample models in the Azure Cortana Intelligence Gallery. Some of these data…

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Developing a Microsoft Health Bot based on Data captured from the Microsoft Band

The Microsoft Bot Framework provides just what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/sms to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services.  This is a step-by-step guide which my colleague Peter Daukintis has developed this tutorial which walks you through the development…

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Cortana Intelligence Suite and learning Azure ML, Jupyter notebooks with R and Python

With Cortana Intelligence Suite, students had access to a rich set of tools such as Azure ML, Jupyter notebooks with R and Python, and rich visualization capabilities with Power BI. At each of our hacks, students were given access to a collection of local data sets and challenged to develop a useful predictive analytical application….

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