Machine Learning is quickly becoming a ubiquitous technology and an expected skill of development teams. Python has dominated this space with all of the best tools as part of the Python stack. Continue reading
It’s almost time for this year’s Build conference. For a Microsoft developer, this is like Christmas time with an abundance of gifts bestowed on us by Microsoft. What are these gifts? New technology, new SDK’s, Continue reading
Azure Notebooks are available currently in public preview and bring a lot of great functionality to Data Scientists and Developers at no cost!
Kinect was introduced as an accessory for the Xbox in 2010 and retired as a product in 2017 without ever gaining traction in the Home/Gaming market. Continue reading
During the 2018 Build keynote this year Microsoft talked about deploying models in containers using Docker and Kuburnetes.
At the Build conference this year, Microsoft announced that ONNX support would be rolled out through many of their Cloud and Edge Machine Learning products.
At the Build conference this year, Microsoft announced many different ways they are bringing Artificial Intelligence to the Edge. Microsoft’s goal is to distribute access to AI across the cloud and the edge to empower more devices and people to benefit from machine learning and neural networks. Continue reading
Setting up artificial intelligence in a business can seem like a daunting task, especially if it’s new technology that seems, unlike anything that business has done before. Continue reading
Build 2018 had a few strong themes this year, but arguably the most pervasive was the push on Artificial Intelligence. Microsoft’s AI push at build had two major pushes.