Image classification with ML.NET Model Builder & AzureML

English Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

In this 10 minute session, you will learn how you can use ML.NET Model Builder in Visual Studio while harnessing the power of Azure AutoML to create an image classification machine learning model and consume that model in any .NET app.


Bri Achtman

Program Manager for ML.NET @ Microsoft

Bri is a program manager at Microsoft on the .NET team, currently working on ML.NET. She spends her time finding and sharing the many interesting ways .NET developers are using machine learning and improving the user experience for getting started with ML.NET. Outside of work, Bri is a Vanderbilt alumni who loves taking her dog on long walks to the ice cream shop.

Luis Quintanilla

Content Developer at Microsoft

Luis Quintanilla is a Content Developer at Microsoft based out of New York with experience in machine learning and software development. His main area of focus is creating resources that make it easier for .NET developers to get started in their artificial intelligence and machine learning journey with ML.NET. In previous roles, he served as an Analytics Developer in the financial services industry as well as an Artificial Intelligence Consultant where he helped clients envision how they could transform their business through artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions. When not at work, he's usually tinkering with different tools/technologies, applying them in different scenarios and blogging about it.

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