Microsoft is arming developers with next-generation tools and looking to the future at its Ignite conference, which runs through Friday in Orlando.
The three-year-old startup being bought out by Microsoft provides a drag-and-drop approach for creating AI projects.
Microsoft introduced a Web tool driven by AI technologies and Azure cloud services that turns whiteboard sketches into HTML code for text boxes, check boxes, buttons and so on.
For the first time, Python has cracked the top three in the TIOBE index of programming language popularity, helping to demonstrate why Microsoft has fully embraced the language in its Visual Studio IDE and Visual Studio Code editor.
Our resident data scientist provides a hands-on example on how to make a prediction that can be one of just two possible values, which requires a different set of techniques than classification problems where the value to predict can be one of three or more possible values.
Microsoft has updated ML.NET, its cross-platform, open source machine learning framework for .NET developers, as it asks for input on a major API revamp.
Python developers using Visual Studio Code are getting an AI-assisted boost from the editor's IntelliCode extension, just released in a preview.
Data scientist Dr. James McCaffrey provides code, screenshots and step-by-step instructions on how to perform regression using a deep neural network with the Keras code library.
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