In questa sessione racconteremo dell'esperienza maturata da Deltatre, insieme a Microsoft, nella gestione di progetti di Machine Learning e Deep Learning, dalla prototipazione alla messa in produzione. Vi presenteremo una panoramica sui servizi Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, i concetti fondamentali su MLOps e Pipelines e vi condivideremo alcune best-practices nello sviluppo e nella gestione del ciclo di vita dei modelli e dei dataset.
Gianni is Windows Development MVP since 2011 and double-awarded AI MVP in 2020, focused on emerging technologies, AI and Virtual/Augmented/Mixed Reality since 2013. Currently he is R&D Senior Software Engineer in Deltatre's Innovation Lab, designing and prototyping next generation solutions for sport related experiences and services, from VR/MR apps to end-to-end in Azure architectures, passing by Cognitive Services, AI and much more. Besides that, he's an active member of the local community “Torino Technologies Group” (TTG), organizer and trainer for Coding Gym Torino monthly meetups, Pluralsight online courses author, publish articles on his blog and he's speaker in national and international tech conferences and events.
Hacker, geek, maker, researcher, innovator, trainer, developer... Has made science and technology his passion other than his job. Follows many communities and is often actively involved as a speaker and event organizer in particular with: Coding Gym, DotNetPodcast, FabLabNapoli, DotNetCampania and HoloLens Developers. His signature dishes, far from the stove, are: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Vision, Internet of Things, Natural User Interface and Mixed Reality. Microsoft MVP and Intel Software Innovator, works as Senior Research & Development Engineer for Deltatre, where he develops software prototypes.
Vito Flavio Lorusso is a Cloud Services Engineer in Microsoft. He has been working on Azure since its early days and works with WW ISVs and enterprise customers on giving practical advice and producing tailor made code to make their Cloud journey successful. He works in Microsoft since 11 years, and former web and enterprise developer and dev lead as a freelance
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