Microsoft is offering a free, hands-on, cloud computing training workshop for higher education institutions in Finland. Whether it’s image recognition, computing in Linux, machine learning with GPUs, or analyzing data streaming from devices for an IoT project, you can see how easy it is using Microsoft Azure cloud platform to help you deliver bigger, better and more reproducible research.
You will be able to access Microsoft Azure on you own computer during the training. You do not need to have the Microsoft Windows operating system installed on your laptop, as Microsoft Azure is accessed via Internet browser, Linux/Mac/Windows command-line and programming language APIs.
This course is for faculty, researchers, IT specialists supporting research and post-graduate students using any language, framework, or platform. This includes Linux, Python, R, MATLAB, Java, Hadoop, STORM, SPARK, and Microsoft technologies such as C#, F#, Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Azure SQL Database, and various Microsoft Azure services.
- Preparations and Azure access before the workshop: 15 min before the workshop
- Welcome, presentation and Azure demo (60 min)
- Hands-on exercise 1 (50 min)
- Break (10 min)
- Hands-on exercise 2 (50 min)
- End of the workshop (10 min)
Preliminary exercise topics:
- Image recognition
- Form recognition
- Speech services (speech recognition, synthesized speech, real-time translations)
- IoT data collection and visualization
- Automated Machine Learning
Trainers: Jussi Roine (North Advisors Oy) and Timo Hänninen (Microsoft Finland)
Maximum number of participants: 30
Kesto: 0,5 pv
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