Machine learning for Dynamics, Part 1: Microsoft's ML packages in SQL and R Server

They are top tech, software and internet companies; yet officials from Amazon, Baidu, Facebook, Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, NVIDIA, and Tesla have all recently stated they are becoming artificial intelligence (AI) companies. And this fad is no flash in the pan. AI is sweeping across the business world because computer power (especially GPU co-processor speeds) and the big data sets to train AI networks have both reached tipping-point levels. The speed of the first and the vast sizes of the second have enabled real-world applications of this previously theoretical and academic field of study.


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About Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson is a science and technology journalist, author and copywriter. Based in western Massachusetts, he's written for many top publications and about everything from IT to genomics to energy. He recently launched a business copywriting service and is the author of two nonfiction books about science, history and literature.

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