Here is the weekly news around the Microsoft cloud data science products.
AI Platform for Windows Developers – With the update, developers can use the AI platform across the Windows device family, including IoT edge devices, HoloLens, 2-in-1s and desktop PCs, workstations, servers and in data centers. “We’re excited to work with Microsoft on Windows ML as a …[Read More]
Microsoft and Esri launch Geospatial AI on Azure – ArcGIS Pro is installed in a Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM) image from Microsoft. The DSVM is a popular experimentation and modeling environment on Azure that provides a host of AI, machine learning and data science tools. These are all conveniently …[Read More]
Measuring innovation value in the digital era – For more information, please visit: Microsoft Digital Advisory Services. Explore how AI-powered insurance will disrupt the way insurers engage with their customers and how they will begin to combat fraud. Join me in discovering how Digital Transformation …[Read More]
Kaggle, the online data science competition platform, will be hosting a free online conference for people interested in landing their first data science job.
Kaggle CareerCon 2018 on March 20, 2018. There are a bunch of great speakers lined up, and all the talks are focused on preparing someone to get a data science job (resume tips, interview questions, portfolio examples, …).
Coursera has partnered with the University of Michigan to launch a new master’s degree entirely online through the Coursera platform. The new Master of Applied Data Science degree will launch in Fall of 2019.
Artificial Intelligence In The Classroom – As the simple-to-use apps above show, Microsoft does not expect every teacher to be a data scientist and AI is increasingly delivered directly via apps that can be used easily by anyone. However, there is also a rich set of tools in the Azure cloud that …[Read More]
Why apply for the Microsoft Partner of the Year Awards? – Citizen Services is fully built on Microsoft technologies including Azure, Dynamics 365, Power BI, Microsoft AI, Cortana personal assistant, and Windows 10. Speaking to the value of their award, Dr. Tianyi (TJ) Jiang, Co-Founder and CEO of AvePoint, …[Read More]
Last week I spent some time chatting with future data scientists. I set up a camera to record some of the answers. Below are a few of the questions addressed.
How did I transition to data science?
Why start a data science project?
Should a new person focus on machine learning or deep learning?
What is an example data science project?
Why is real-time important?
Hopefully the videos and answers are helpful to others. Enjoy! And I kept most of the videos fairly short. If you enjoy the videos, please subscribe to the YouTube channel, Learn Data Science. Also, if you have a question you would like answered, please leave a comment below.