#VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder for Object Detection, be careful with file names and VoTT

Hi ! This is a sequel part after yesterday post on the new Model Builder Object Detection scenario. I've found this error, and it took me some time to figure out the reason. As usual, an error on the Model Builder, with very few details and the suggestion to check more details on the Azure … Continue reading #VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder for Object Detection, be careful with file names and VoTT

#VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder for Object Detection using #Azure Compute #mlnet #objectdetection

Hi ! There is a new scenario available in ML.Net Model Builder for Visual Studio 2019: Object Detection. This scenario is not just image tagging, this scenario allows us to detect objects in an image, and get the specific coordinates and size of the detected objects. As usual, it requires a starting data set with … Continue reading #VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder for Object Detection using #Azure Compute #mlnet #objectdetection

#VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder training using GPU, CPU and … Azure !

Hi ! I my previous posts on Model Builder, I show the differences between using the CPU and GPU to train a model. There is a 3rd option, which involves an Azure ML Experiment, and performs the training on the cloud. It took me some time, to setup this environment, mostly because I tried to … Continue reading #VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder training using GPU, CPU and … Azure !

#VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder GPU vs CPU test: 4 times faster !

Hi ! Yesterday I wrote about the new options that we have to train models in ML.Net Model Builder. The main new is that we have the option to use our GPU to train models. Quick recap, Model Builder supports 3 specific training environments Local (CPU)Local (GPU)Azure Yesterday I tested train a small image recognition … Continue reading #VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder GPU vs CPU test: 4 times faster !

#VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder GPU Support, awesome !

Hi ! Machine Learning.Net (ML.Net) includes a visual / step-by-step option for Auto ML: Model Builder. Even if ML.Net is based on .Net Core, and we can use it on Windows, Linux or Mac; Model Builder is only available for Visual Studio 2019. And, in the latest preview version, Model Builder supports 3 specific training … Continue reading #VS2019 – ML.NET Model Builder GPU Support, awesome !

#VS2019 – Let’s do some image classification with #MLNET Model Builder! (AKA, let’s create an image classifier model without a line of code)

Hi! I’m getting ready for my last event of the year, and I just realize that in the latest update of Model Builder, we have the chance to build our own Image Classifier scenario. Let’s start with the official Model Builder definition (see references): ML.NET Model Builder provides an easy to understand visual interface to … Continue reading #VS2019 – Let’s do some image classification with #MLNET Model Builder! (AKA, let’s create an image classifier model without a line of code)

#MLNET – Testing Machine Learning Model Builder preview. It’s so cool !

Hi ! Last week Machine Learning.Net 1.0 was officially announced during Build 2019, and the ML.Net team also announced a set of ML tools related to ML.Net. One of the most interesting ones is Machine Learning Model Builder. You can get more information about Model Builder in the official website. ML.NET Model Builder provides an … Continue reading #MLNET – Testing Machine Learning Model Builder preview. It’s so cool !