Vision to Diagnosis: Detecting Diabetic Retinopathy with Power App

English Intermediate DATA & AI

Get ready to dive into the world of Custom Vision cognitive service and machine learning models in this session! I'll show you how to detect diabetic retinopathy through Power App, starting with the creation of a custom vision machine learning model, followed by the development of a functional Power App and integration of the model into the app. During the session, you'll learn to capture or upload an image, scan it, and get results using the trained ML model. I'll also give you valuable insights into the practical implementation of cognitive services and show you how to leverage Azure services to solve real-world problems. By the end of the session, you'll be a pro at practically implementing cognitive services, specifically the Custom Vision service, to solve real-life problems. You'll learn to create a functional Power App and integrate a custom vision machine learning model to detect diabetic retinopathy. The practical applications of Azure services will no longer be a mystery to you, and you'll have the skills to build robust and effective solutions. Apply the knowledge gained from this session to other use cases in your own organizations and projects to expand your skill sets and capabilities. And who knows, you might even become the office expert in custom vision and machine learning models!


Namrata Agrawal

Analyst in KPMG / @Travelcodingcat

Namrata is currently working as an Analyst in KPMG. She has recently post graduated in computer science and was a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador. Namrata has a passion for sustainability and Artificial intelligence which motivates her for using creativity to think out of the box. She has practical experience in utilizing the services and tools in Artificial intelligence to create applications like chatbot, driving virtual assistance, etc for solving problems.

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