Another post-event post, this time with a big thanks to Obi (@ObiOberoi) and to all the members of the Mississauga .NET User Group. We had an amazing time a couple of days ago in the session about Windows ML and Machine Learning.Net.
As usual, now it’s time to share slides, code and more.
The Global AI bootcamp is a free one-day event organized by local communities all over the world that are passionate about Artificial Intelligence on the Microsoft stack.
The event takes place on the 15th of December on venues all over the world centrally organized by our HQ in the Netherlands, supported by Microsoft. The event is the perfect balance between quality content, awesome lectures, getting your hands dirty and learn & share with other community members.
Dive in and learn how to implement intelligence into your solutions with the Microsoft AI platform, including pre-trained AI services like Cognitive Services and Bot Framework, as well as deep learning tools like Azure Machine Learning, Visual Studio Code Tools for AI, and Cognitive Toolkit.
During this AI bootcamp you will get inspired through sessions and get your hands dirty during the workshops. By the end of the day you will be able to infuse AI into your applications.
So my friends from the Mississauga .Net User Group (link) were kind enough to invite me to host a session on November 22th, in TEK Systems in Mississauga. I’ll share some of the updates on ML.Net, currently in version 0.6 and some other very cool stuff around Microsoft and AI.
Machine Learning has moved out of the lab and into production systems. Understanding how to work with this technology is one of the essential skills for developers today. In this session, you will learn the basics of machine learning, how to use existing models and services in your apps, and how to get started with creating your own simple models. In other words, if you are a .Net developer, this session is for you. We will cover the basis of Machine Learning.Net, a complete ML framework to work with C#, F# or any other .Net Core language.
So my friends from the Azure Group Meetup (link) were kind enough to invite to host a session on November 14th, in the best place ever: Avanade Toronto office! So I’ll match an Innovation Day with a session or Artificial Intelligence in Azure.
Join us for a review of AI, Machine Learning and Cognitive Services in Microsoft Azure. In this session we will discuss some of the most popular tools and frameworks available for AI in Azure: Cognitive Services, Azure Machine Learning, and the Azure Bot Service.
You will get to see lots of code and demos of some real world applications using the various different Cognitive services including vision, speech, and language.
Now it’s time to thanks Armin (@ArminPage), Ehsan (@ehsaneskandarim) and Luca (@lucavgobbi) from Metro Toronto .Net User Group. They invited me to share a session about 2 very cool topics: Machine learning.Net and Windows Machine Learning.
The event was great! full house, and as usual now it’s time to share some of the resources used during the sesion. Start with the slides and samples source code.