Discussing 2 different approaches to Machine Learning i've experimented with. 1) GoodyOrBaddy.com - Using ML .NET locally to create an Image Classification model then host it/call it in an Azure Function 2) isChristmasTree.com - Using CustomVision .ai to do all the training and hosting on http://CustomVision.ai
Lee is the Developer Relations Lead at Avanade He is constantly working on innovative side projects, building things and looking for ways to educate the .NET community in cool technologies. He is the creator of VisualStudioTips.co.uk, HackathonTips.com, XamarinArkit.com and TechCommunityCalendar.com Lee Tweets @LeeEnglestone and his published book by APress is on Amazon (.NET Developer's Guide to Augmented Reality in iOS: Building Immersive Apps Using Xamarin, ARKit, and C#)
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