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#Event – #InsiderDevTour at Toronto! Let’s have some fun with Machine Learning

#Event – #InsiderDevTour at Toronto! Let’s have some fun with Machine Learning

Hi! After the storm of news that left us the Microsoft Build 2018 last week, now is the time to start reviewing them. A few hours ago the Insider Dev Tour was announced, a full-day event where we will review some of the most interesting topics that have been discussed in the Microsoft Build 2018. … Continue reading #Event – #InsiderDevTour at Toronto! Let’s have some fun with Machine Learning

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#MLNET – Understanding the step by step of Hello World

#MLNET – Understanding the step by step of Hello World

Hi! Today while we were recording a a podcast on ML.Net, one question arose about how the data is processed in Machine Learning .Net. Well, let’s go back to my previous example that believes in the past post and let’s see step by step this. In short, these are the steps to train a model … Continue reading #MLNET – Understanding the step by step of Hello World

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#MLNET – Hello World in ML.Net, Machine Learning for .Net !

#MLNET – Hello World in ML.Net, Machine Learning for .Net !

Hi! I can not wait to start writing a little more about ML.Net. For now just a couple of code snippets to show how simple and fast it can be Starting with a set of data with ages to classify babies and kids, in a CSV file. All based on my personal criteria And now … Continue reading #MLNET – Hello World in ML.Net, Machine Learning for .Net !

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#AI – Some news in Cognitive Services presented at #MSBuild 2018

#AI – Some news in Cognitive Services presented at #MSBuild 2018

Hi! Again, it’s time to write about some topics what has most caught my attention in the news presented during Microsoft Build 2018. In this case I will only comment on some news related to Vision and Speech. Vision Computer Vision, now supports Object Detection. We have the ability to detect objects in an image. … Continue reading #AI – Some news in Cognitive Services presented at #MSBuild 2018

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#Build – Project #Kinect for Azure

#Build – Project #Kinect for Azure

Hi! About 6 months ago I commented in a post the official “goodbye” of Microsoft Kinect. After many years working with this device, it was a very unpleasant feeling to have to put it aside. Well, today among the stack of new features that were presented in Microsoft Build, there is one that I have … Continue reading #Build – Project #Kinect for Azure

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#Event – It’s time for #AI and #Dynamics365 on the Dynamics 365 Saturday

#Event – It’s time for #AI and #Dynamics365 on the Dynamics 365 Saturday

Hi! Well, I’ve been tempted by the dark side and this Saturday I’ll be in a Dynamics 365 session. As expected, it’s not the topic I usually work and feel comfortable with. However, the challenge of learning about business scenarios with D365 where we can augment an user capabilities using Artificial Intelligence is pretty attractive. … Continue reading #Event – It’s time for #AI and #Dynamics365 on the Dynamics 365 Saturday

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#AI – Real-time audio translation using #CognitiveServices

#AI – Real-time audio translation using #CognitiveServices

Hi! I still have some work to do after the Azure Global Bootcamp. After showing the Audio Bot in live mode, one of the classic questions in Canada, is that what happens with French?, is this supported? Well, Cognitive Services offers us several services that can be useful to create multi cultural apps, mostly if … Continue reading #AI – Real-time audio translation using #CognitiveServices

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#Flow  –Analyzing images in #Sharepoint Lists using #CognitiveServices

#Flow –Analyzing images in #Sharepoint Lists using #CognitiveServices

Hi! One of the examples of using Cognitive Services that I commented during the Global Azure Bootcamp was the automatic analysis of information on items in SharePoint lists. To achieve this we can create a Flow with the following steps Trigger, Flow is triggered when a new Item is added to the SharePoint list Get … Continue reading #Flow –Analyzing images in #Sharepoint Lists using #CognitiveServices

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