Apache Spark, Databricks, Neural Networks, University Partnerships, and water systems: Here are the latest articles from Microsoft regarding cloud data science products and updates.
- Training State-of-the-Art Neural Networks in the Microsoft Azure Cloud – I noticed that you said tested all of the code for your new deep learning book on the Microsoft Data Science Virtual Machine (DSVM). Does that include the chapters on training networks on the ImageNet dataset as well? I work at a university and we’re …[Read More]
- Azure Databricks, industry-leading analytics platform powered by Apache Spark™ – These capabilities have enabled companies such as renewables.AI to boost the productivity of their data science teams by over 50 percent. “Instead of one data scientist writing AI code and being the only person who understands it, everybody uses Azure …[Read More]
- Creating technology for a range of disabilities helps everyone, says Microsoft accessibility expert – “There have been massive advancements in AI over the past few years, fuelled by the rise of big data, created by the devices in our pockets and at home, and stored by the cloud. Microsoft is infusing AI into its products, but we also have AI platforms …[Read More]
- New digital skills university planned for Milton Keynes – Chancellor Philip Hammond used last year’s Budget to announce more money for AI and triple the number of trained computer science teachers, while Microsoft has launched a digital skills programme that aims to ensure the country remains one of the global …[Read More]
- Microsoft and Tsinghua University Work Together on Open Academic Data Research – The construction of the billion-scale OAG is challenging, because of the heterogeneous distribution of academic data that exists in the different … Students from Peking University, University of Science and Technology of China, and Harbin Institute …[Read More]
- Together, AI and nature are protecting Earth’s water systems for the future – This is exactly the kind of gap we’re intent on solving through AI … Science, we’ve deployed an Internet of Things (IoT)-based network of sensors in the IISc campus to efficiently monitor the flow of water from source to consumption. With these new …[Read More]
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