Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks

Guest post by Nathan Lucaussy, Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University. Introduction to Data Science using F# and Azure Notebooks – Part 1: Functional Programming Basics via Plotting and Genetic Algorithms Hello! I hope you’ll enjoy the following blog post – it details the particular kind of algorithm that got me so excited about studying…

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An RNN-Powered Mental Healthcare Bot – Team Soothey from Oxford University Imagine Cup 2018 Finalists

Guest post Shu Ishida, Maris Serzans – University of Oxford Imagine Cup 2018 UK Finalist Where to find our Imagine Cup project Our Imagine Cup project is built on Microsoft Bot Framework using Node.js and is deployed to Azure websites – http://soothey.azurewebsites.net/. Please try our working chatbot on the website. Alternatively, Soothey is also available…

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Interactive Lab on Microsoft Cognitive Services at Oxford

Guest post from Shu Ishida Microsoft Team Leader at Oxford University My name is Shu Ishida. I am a third year engineering student, and team lead for the Microsoft Student Partner Chapter at the University of Oxford. I am into web development and machine learning, and my ambition is to help break down educational, cultural…

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Computer Vision Workshop using Microsoft Computer Vision API, Customvision.ai and Cognitive Tool CNTK+KERAS

Guest post from Shu Ishida Microsoft Team Leader at Oxford University My name is Shu Ishida. I am a third year engineering student, and team lead for the Microsoft Student Partner Chapter at the University of Oxford. I am into web development and machine learning, and my ambition is to help break down educational, cultural…

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University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Bioscience Doctoral Training Programme Data Hack

Guest blog by Ellen Pasternack, DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford About me   Hi! I’m Ellen Pasternack, a DPhil candidate in the University of Oxford’s Interdisciplinary Bioscience Doctoral Training Programme. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ellen-pasternack-6b1191125/ I’m studying sexual selection in red jungle fowl, and I also blog about biology at www.endlessformsmostwonderful.wordpress.com. As part of my training…

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Treasure hunting with Microsoft Computer Vision – a Hack Cambridge Project

Guest blog by Microsoft Student Partner Team Lead, Shu Ishida, University of Oxford About me My name is Shu Ishida, and I am a third year engineering student at the University of Oxford and team lead for the Microsoft Student Partner Chapter at Oxford. I am into web development and design, and my ambition is…

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OxfordHack Winners of the Microsoft Cognitive Challenge

Interview Bot: Using Cognitive Services To Analyse Your Interview Performance At the end of November, we headed for OxfordHack 2017, where participants from over 25 countries visited to compete against each other, with companies such as Microsoft, Facebook, JP Morgan and many more sponsoring the event. This article will highlight our experience and explain some…

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An Introduction to Machine Learning through Microsoft ML

Guest blog by Christian Hollreiser Microsoft Student Partner at University of Oxford About Me Hi! My name is Christian Hollreiser and I am currently reading an MSc in Computer Science at the University of Oxford. My main interest lies in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in particular. I hope to use these fields to find…

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A first step into Azure Functions and other Azure services

Guest blog by Johannes Goslar Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University   About Me Let me introduce myself first. I am Johannes – usually called Johnny – Goslar. I got into development around 2011 by programming iOS games and am currently reading for a MSc in Computer Science at the University of Oxford. More information…

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Microsoft’s software for quantum computing, Liqui|>

Guest post by Vani Asawa Microsoft Student Partner at Oxford University About me Hi! I am Vani Asawa, a second year student at the University of Oxford studying Mathematics. Originally from India. I have always been very passionate about science and technology and knew from a very young age that I would be working in…

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