Dal Machine Learning Service ai Cognitive Services, Azure offre una varietà di strumenti a supporto della introduzione di Intelligenza Artificiale nelle nostre applicazioni: il servizio Machine Learning, ad esempio, permette di usare i "muscoli" del cloud per accelerare i processi di training o, in alternativa, per importare modelli esistenti ed usarli per le prediction. Gli Azure Cognitive Services, invece, offrono modelli domain-specific preaddestrati e facilmente consumabili da una applicazione. In questa sessione effettueremo una panoramica degli strumenti a disposizione vedendoli in azione e mostrando scenari reali per i quali sono indicati.
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