Are you looking to build a text classification model but don't know where to start? Join us for a workshop where we will teach you how to use Azure Cognitive services to build your own text classification model. During the workshop, you will learn the basics of text classification and how to use Azure Cognitive services to create a model that can accurately categorize text. We will cover how to prepare your data for training, how to choose the right model type for your use case, and how to evaluate and improve your model's accuracy. By the end of the workshop, you will have a working text classification model that you can use for your own projects. You'll also have a solid understanding of how to use Azure Cognitive services to build powerful machine-learning models. This workshop is suitable for anyone interested in building text classification models. No prior experience with machine learning or programming is necessary. Bring your laptop and get ready to learn how to build a text classification model using Azure Cognitive Services.
Nur Fathiha Tahiat is a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at BRAC University in Bangladesh. She currently works as a Senior Manager in the R&D department of a well-known non-profit organization Bangladesh Extension Education Services (BEES) and has experience as a Student Tutor (ST) and Research Assistant (RA) in several organizations. She is currently a Gold- Microsoft learn student Ambassador having experience working with Azure Machine learning studio, LUIS, and Azure Cognitive services. With a passion for exploring data, doing analysis and drawing conclusions, she considers herself a Data Science and Machine Learning enthusiast. She is particularly interested in the intersection of AI and Public Health Research. In her free time, she enjoys writing, singing, and spending time with her family.
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