Microsoft Azure | Machine Learning Workshop

| October 25, 2018
Submitted by Joshua Morgan for DeGroote Information Systems Association

Microsoft Azure | Machine Learning Workshop

Interested in upping your technical skills on Azure from the best in the game? DeGroote Information Systems Association and Microsoft are collaborating to bring you a Machine Learning Workshop, where cloud experts will walk you through a hands on session of block coding!

About Machine Learning

What company doesn’t want to predict the future? Machine learning is a strategy used to analyze data to try and predict future results. For this workshop, we will provide you with an introduction to Machine Learning and Machine Learning Studio. Once you have the basics, we will provide you with a data set to analyze and a value to predict. Your challenge will be to train the model with the highest prediction accuracy! The student with the highest accuracy at the end of the challenge will win!

Entry to the event is FREE, and dinner will be provided! Registration is limited, so make sure to register here ASAP.

Bring your own device; it can be a PC or Mac as the workshop is cloud based. You can participate, even if you lack a technical background; you can be in science, math, business, engineering, computer science, or anything else! Just bring your passion for learning.


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