Want to learn about building an Emotion detector without having to write ML codes from scratch? I'll show you how to leverage Microsoft Azure AI Services to build a cross-platform solution without having to write a single ML code. In this session, I'll talk about - Why emotion detection and what are its use cases? - Microsoft Azure Vision API. - A demo walkthrough session where you'll build a simple emotion detection app. - Useful resources to explore more use cases. - Finally, a Q&A session to answer all your questions.
Bunmi Akinremi is a Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador s and a computer science undergraduate, passionate about Data Science and AI. She works as a Data Scientist at Helene. She's currently the vice president of the Women in Data Science OAU community and was recently awarded Miss Algorithm 2021 award by Data Scientist's Network. She loves community building, writing articles on Data Science/ML/AL topics, and was featured in a book titled "The Techie Chic" by Ibukun Ogunniake. Asides from tech, she reads finance and entrepreneur books, practices her singing, and takes on volunteer opportunities.
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