In this session I want to take you on a journey. The journey I took when analysing the popular reality TV show, Love Island, raw data. • Starting out with collecting and storing data - then moving into basic analytics; what does the historical data tell us about the show? • Then more recently applying new Natural Language processing (NLP) techniques and building on research I completed a few years ago to analyse text data about the show for further granular insights The aim is to show you the variety of different Azure AI and Data services I used to complete this project and my tips and tricks after using them. Finally wrapping up with improvements I wish to continue working on and keen to hear your ideas too!
Amy Boyd is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, specialising in Data Science and Machine Learning. Her role as a Cloud Advocate is to help developers to learn, engage and build on the Microsoft AI Platform. Amy creates and delivers content online and in-person and works with the community to provide the best product experience for them.
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