Big Data and Machine Learning Workshop Sri Lanka.


 

The main purpose of the workshop is to give students the ability to analyze and present data by using Azure Machine Learning, and to provide an introduction to the use of machine learning and big data.

Module 1: Introduction to Machine Learning

This module introduces machine learning and discussed how algorithms and languages are used.

Lessons

· What is machine learning?

· Introduction to machine learning algorithms

· Introduction to machine learning languages

 

Module 2: Introduction to Azure Machine Learning

Describe the purpose of Azure Machine Learning, and list the main features of Azure Machine Learning Studio.

Lessons

· Azure machine learning overview

· Introduction to Azure machine learning studio

· Developing and hosting Azure machine learning applications

Module 3: Managing Datasets

At the end of this module the student will be able to explore various types of data in Azure machine learning.

Lessons

· Categorizing your data

· Importing data to Azure machine learning

· Exploring and transforming data in Azure machine learning

Module 4: Building Azure Machine Learning Models

This module describes how to use regression algorithms and neural networks with Azure machine learning.

Lessons

· Azure machine learning workflows

· Using regression algorithms

· Using neural networks

 

Module 5: Using Azure Machine Learning Models

This module explores how to provide end users with Azure machine learning services, and how to share data generated from Azure machine learning models.

Lessons

· Deploying and publishing models

· Consuming Experiments

 

Module 6: Using Cognitive Services

This module introduces the cognitive services APIs for text and image processing to create a recommendation application, and describes the use of neural networks with Azure machine learning.

Lessons

· Cognitive services overview

· Processing language

· Processing images and video

· Recommending products

 

By-
Uditha Bandara is specializes in Microsoft Development technologies.  He is the South East Asia`s First XNA/DirectX MVP (Most Valuable Professional).  He had delivered sessions at various events and conferences in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and India. He has published several books,articles, tutorials, and game demos on his XNA Game Development Blog – https://uditha.wordpress.com



Contact    +94 071-6092918
udithamail@yahoo.com

udithait@gmail.com

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Southeast Asia MVP Community Connection (MCC) in Jakarta – Event Update.


Last month I attended Southeast Asia MVP Community Connection (MCC) in Jakarta. It was a 2 day event with 75 attendees including 50 MVPs and RD.

Event Highlights-

  • MVP Program Updates and MS Technology Vision Sharing
  • Hack-A-Plan and follow-up discussion
  • Community Leadership
  • Learning to know Communities in SEA Countries
  • MVP Engagement with Communities

Speakers


 

My Session at the Event-

How To Build Your Personal Brand

 

 

Team Sri Lanka.

Southeast Asia MVP Community Connection (MCC) in Jakarta.


MVP Community Connection is a day to connect, learn, inspire and celebrate the local MVP community and MS employees.

Agenda-

I will be also conducting a session at the event.

 

Date & Time:

May 26th (Friday) Start 12:00 pm, May 27th (Saturday) Finish 2:00 pm

 

Location:

Intercontinental Jakarta.

About Jakarta ,Indonesia.

 

Get started with Microsoft Cognitive Services.


Microsoft Cognitive Services let you build apps with powerful algorithms using just a few lines of code.

Vision

Computer Vision API
Emotion API
Face API
Video API

Speech

Bing Speech API
Speaker Recognition API

Language

Bing Spell Check API
Bing Spell Check API v7

Knowledge

Academic Knowledge API
Recommendations API
Entity Linking Intelligence Service API

Search

Bing Search APIs
Bing Search APIs v7
Bing Autosuggest API
Bing Autosuggest API v7

 

https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/cognitive-services/

Microsoft User Groups –Singapore.


Last month I attended and supported Azure and .NET User Group meet up Feb 2016.
Around 30 developers attended the event.

http://www.meetup.com/mssgug/events/228573499/