Bringing AI to life: how to consume AI models

 
English Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

Data Scientists often focus on creating very sophisticated AI models. Most companies end up struggling with how to consume those models efficiently and successfully implement it. This sessions covers how to get a model into a real-time app and batch data processing pipeline, visualized in Power BI. What technical hurdles do we have to jump, but also how do we make sure our solutions will be used?

Speaker

MJ Diepeveen

Technical Trainer at Microsoft

Neuroscientist by education, AI explainer by profession.

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