Microsoft Azure AI/ML 4 Beginner

English Intermediate Other

The 40-minute session Microsoft Azure AI/ML 4 Beginner would be designed to provide a comprehensive overview of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning for Software Engineers. The session would cover the fundamentals of AI, including computational models, the different types of models, as well as the difference between AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning. Presentation also would cover the basics of Supervised, Un Supervised Learning, the commonly used Models, and explain mathematically how a regression model like Linear regression works under the hood. The session will conclude by showcasing the different AI/ML services available in Azure and how they can be used to build intelligent applications and automate processes.


Murugan Andezuthu Dharmaratnam

Sr Technical Architect, Microsoft MVP

Murugan is an accomplished software professional with a multitude of awards and recognitions to his credit. He has over 23 years of hands-on experience in software development and is regarded as a leading technology expert. He is a Microsoft MVP, respected blogger, mentor and speaker known for his ability to simplify complex concepts and inspire his audience.

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