This session will provide an introduction to the field of machine learning, covering essential concepts and techniques that are used to build ML models. Starting with an introduction to the basics of ML, attendees will learn about the different types of ML models, including regression, classification, and clustering, and how to train and test them. Finally, they will learn how to use Azure Machine Learning to easily train and deploy ML models. This session is designed for attendees with little or no prior experience in machine learning, but it will also be beneficial for those with some background in the field who want to deepen their understanding.
Nawrin Tabassum is a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador from Bangladesh. She is proficient in C++, Java, Python, and SQL. She also possesses some experience in developing Web and Android applications. She is currently exploring Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. Her research interests include Machine Learning, Federated Learning, Privacy and Security.
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