Training State-of-the-Art Neural Networks in the Microsoft Azure Cloud

This is the third post in a three-part series by guest blogger, Adrian Rosebrock. Adrian writes at PyImageSearch.com about computer vision and deep learning using Python. He recently finished authoring a new book on deep learning for computer vision and image recognition. Introduction In the final part in this series, I want to address a question I received from… Read more

Introducing the Microsoft Machine Learning Server 9.3 Release

This post is authored by Nagesh Pabbisetty, Partner Director of Program Management at Microsoft. Thank you for your overwhelming response to Microsoft Machine Learning Server and SQL Server Machine Learning Services. We are humbled to see the millions of installs since we first launched Microsoft R Server in 2016, and the pace is only accelerating!… Read more

22 Minutes to 2nd Place in a Kaggle Competition, with Deep Learning & Azure

This post is the second in a three-part series by guest blogger, Adrian Rosebrock. Adrian writes at PyImageSearch.com about computer vision and deep learning using Python. He recently finished authoring a new book on deep learning for computer vision and image recognition. Introduction A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post on deep learning… Read more

Deep Learning & Computer Vision in the Microsoft Azure Cloud

This is the first in a multi-part series by guest blogger Adrian Rosebrock. Adrian writes at PyImageSearch.com about computer vision and deep learning using Python, and he recently finished authoring a new book on deep learning for computer vision and image recognition. Introduction I had two goals when I set out to write my new… Read more

Developing and Operationalizing H2O.ai Models with Azure

This post is authored by Daisy Deng, Software Engineer, and Abhinav Mithal, Senior Engineering Manager, at Microsoft. The focus on machine learning and artificial intelligence has soared over the past few years, even as fast, scalable and reliable ML and AI solutions are increasingly viewed as being vital to business success. H2O.ai has lately been… Read more

The Microsoft Team Data Science Process (TDSP) – Recent Updates

This post is authored by Xibin Gao, Data Scientist, Wei Guo, Data Scientist, Brad Severtson, Senior Content Developer, and Debraj GuhaThakurta, Senior Data Scientist Lead, at Microsoft What is TDSP Improving the efficiency of developing and deploying data science solutions requires an efficient process to complement the data platforms and data science tools that you… Read more

Introducing Microsoft Machine Learning Server 9.2 Release

This post is authored by Nagesh Pabbisetty, Partner Director of Program Management at Microsoft. Earlier this year, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella shared his vision for Microsoft and AI, pointing to Microsoft’s beginnings as a tools company, and our current focus on democratizing AI by putting tools “in the hands of every developer, every organization, every… Read more

Free edX Course – Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Wondering what Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is all about? Where does data science leave off? And where and how does machine learning apply? AI will likely define the next generation of software. Given all the talk and confusing terminology out there, we’ve got the perfect overview course for those of you who are just getting… Read more

How Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Uses AI to Predict Customer Churn

This post is authored by Zoran Dzunic, Data Scientist, Chris Hoder, Program Manager, and Tao Wu, Principal Data Scientist Manager, at Microsoft. Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance (IFBI) has served Hoosiers for more than 80 years. Organized in 1934 by Indiana Farm Bureau, Inc., the company has grown to include insurance products for auto, home, life, business… Read more

Data Science Walkthrough with SQL Server 2017 and Microsoft Machine Learning Services

This post is authored by Xibin Gao, Wei Guo, and Debraj GuhaThakurta at Microsoft. Microsoft Machine Learning Services were a key highlight of our SQL Server 2017 CTP 2.0 release in April this year. It allows Python scripts to run within SQL Server or be embedded in SQL scripts and be deployed as stored procedures. This… Read more