Yes, you can use Jupyter Notebooks – the most beloved tool/IDE of data scientists – with Safari web browser on your iPad or iPhone, but it’s not comfortable. Juno app is a front-end to Jupyter Notebooks that makes comfortable mobile Python programming a reality!
What if I told you, that you can practice machine learning with C# and Visual Studio Code, and that you can run it on all platforms – Mac, Windows, Linux, Azure cloud, AWS cloud, etc. Let’s do it on Mac!
Microsoft’s ML Studio democratizes Machine Learning as it’s very easy to use and requires no programming, so that everybody, not just Data Scientists and Machine Learning Engineers can use it.
Unlike Azure advocates who are Microsoft employees and will not tell you whole truth, here I am describing Microsoft’s offering in Machine Learning area that’s part of their cloud platform named “Azure” and I am telling how it is, no marketing pep talk.
Jupyter Notebooks are essential for Machine Learning engineers and Data Science practitioners. Here I am showing how to run Jupyter Notebook with Python fully offline inside of your Android smartphone or tablet.
After Virtual Reality new hype in video games is: Machine Learning, which can be found in various areas of video game industry already although it’s just starting. Continue reading “Machine Learning in Video Games”
The problem with all learning is that only practice can validate whether you actually learned something. Let’s see how could you learn ML and DL without having to install anything – just in cloud and for free! Continue reading “Azure Notebooks – The Best Way To Learn Machine Learning and Deep Learning in practice?”