Machine learning is not black magic but a discipline that involves statistics, data science, analysis and hard work. From searching patterns and data preparation through applying and optimizing algorithms to obtaining usable predictions, one would need background and appropriate tools.
But do we need it, when there is already available AI as a service solution out there? Do we need to try hard with artificial neural networks? And if we decide to do so, what tools would be a safe bet?
In this session we will go through real world examples, mention key tools from Microsoft and open source world to do data science and machine learning and most importantly - we will provide a workflow and some best practices.