Microsoft Weekly Data Science News for May 18, 2018

Here are the latest articles from Microsoft regarding cloud data science products and updates.

  • Azure Content Spotlight – What’s New with Cognitive ServicesThis weeks content spotlight is all about Azure Cognitive Services. Seth Juarez’s AI Show on Channel 9 provides regular updates on all the new AI features on the Azure platform, including Cognitive Services. See below a collection of the latest video’s …[Read More]
  • A Scalable End-to-End Anomaly Detection System using Azure Batch AIThis post is authored by Said Bleik, Senior Data Scientist at Microsoft. In a previous post I showed how Batch AI can be used to train many anomaly detection models in parallel for IoT scenarios … several Azure cloud services and Python code that …[Read More]
  • Azure.Source – Volume 31In addition, Cognitive Services add pre-built, cloud-hosted APIs for developers to add AI capabilities, including new services announced at Build. This post also covers Cognitive Search and Azure Machine Learning (ML) advancements. The Microsoft data …[Read More]
  • Azure Stack: the last mile in Hybrid CloudThese include Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services, exceptionally large HDInsight environments, and Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store. Services which are best consumed in a Hyperscale Cloud will run on Azure, while services that best fit an enterprise …[Read More]
  • Using Azure for Machine LearningI’m interested in learning more about AI, Data Science, and Machine Learning to improve … other interesting and useful products such as Microsoft IoT Hub, SQL Database, and Cognitive Services which I use a lot for Pantrylogs. You can really play …[Read More]
  • Use AU Analyzer for faster, lower cost Data Lake AnalyticsDo you use Data Lake Analytics and wonder how many Analytics Units your jobs should have been assigned? Do you want to see if your job could consume a little less time or money? The recently-announced AU Analyzer tool can help you today! See our recent …[Read More]
  • Simple and robust way to operationalise Spark models on AzureIt gives you everything that Open Source Spark does and then some. I’ve been especially enjoying the effortless ways to move large datasets around and the ease of MLlib for my AI-projects. One of the questions with the simpler models like regressions and …[Read More]
  • New AI Services in Azure for students and academics announced at Build 20181.Object Detection update to custom vision (preview) 2.Video Indexer (Paid Preview) 1.Bot Builder SDK v4 (preview) Bot Builder homepage or the Bot Builder …[Read More]
  • How Azure IoT helped me buy a new house – Part 1shares a personal story on how he used Azure IoT to figure out a solution to a problem that many of us face – high electric bills. In the series, Steve shares the process and code that he used to implement this solution. Telemetry data is an important …[Read More]

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