A Guide: First steps in Neural Networks
InteliAthlete

A Guide: First steps in Neural Networks

4 years ago 0

We are close, really close, with our Neural Network for InteliAthlete.  While working on the platform, our own Max will share his journey along the way… His first post is a simple guide for the clueless programmer that doesn’t know fancy terminology. Not a tutorial for dumb people, his article is simply written in a more basic manner so it is easier to follow by any potential reader – from rookies to professionals – without assuming previous knowledge of the subject matter. Topics: How complicated is it to create Neural Networks? What can Neural Networks be used for? What can’t you do with Neural Networks? When should you use Neural Networks? What exactly IS a Neural Network? What is the difference between a Neural Network and conventional programming? What would be a basic structure for a useful Neural Network? What are input neurons and how many do I need? What are

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Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

5 years ago 0

One of the key elements of our solution is Microsoft Azure’s Machine Learning. As each athlete is different, Machine Learning is leveraged to establish a baseline against which everything else will be compared to. For everyone interested in Machine Learning on Microsoft Azure, please check out: eBook – Microsoft Azure Essentials: Azure Machine Learning This ebook will present an overview of modern data science theory and principles, the associated workflow, and then cover some of the more common machine learning algorithms in use today. We will build a variety of predictive analytics models using real world data, evaluate several different machine learning algorithms and modeling strategies, and then deploy the finished models as machine learning web service on Azure within a matter of minutes. The book will also expand on a working Azure Machine Learning predictive model example to explore the types of client and server applications you can create

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Microsoft Azure

Looking to leverage Microsoft Azure for your Machine Learning needs? Get a free e-book

5 years ago 0

Machine Learning plays a very big role for us. Once the data is collected via sensors from the human body, it’s collected in the cloud. There, machine learning must identify a baseline for each athlete and compare subsequent swings / pitches / throws / strokes to this particular baseline. The system must learn and adapt, be intelligent. Our R&D team in Romania is looking into Windows Azure as the platform of choice for the Machine Learning. If you want to find out more about Machine Learning and R on the Microsoft Azure cloud platform, you can download a free eBook: Data Science in the Cloud with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning and R