Azure Custom Vision

The Azure Custom Vision service enables users to easily train convolutional neural networks (CNNs) for image classification and object detection. Cloud-based infrastructure is used to train sophisticated models without the need for extensive knowledge and expensive hardware. These trained models can then be leveraged by custom vision applications as could-hosted services. The custom vision service also supports the exporting of trained models, allowing them to be used on-premise and on mobile devices for near-real time vision applications.

  • Mar 4
    Online
    1 day
    08:00 - 16:00 UTC
    Alan Smith
    500 USD

This one-day workshop will cover the fundamentals of image processing using convolutional neural networks and how they are leveraged within the Azure Custom Vision service. The training and evaluation of both image classification and object detection models will be covered in detail using both portal and API interfaces. Leveraging the trained models using the Azure-hosted APIs will be covered along with the use of exported models in C# and Python applications.

This workshop will cover the following:
• Microsoft AI Strategy
• Overview of vision model training with convolutional neural networks
• Azure custom vision service
• Image classification
• Object detection
• Custom Vision API
• Working with exported custom vision models

Course Pre-Requisites
• C# or Python knowledge is desirable for some of the hands-on labs.

Alan Smith
Azure Developer, Active Solution

Alan Smith is a Microsoft Azure developer, trainer, mentor and evangelist at Active Solution in Stockholm. He has a strong hands-on philosophy and focusses on embracing the power and flexibility of cloud computing to deliver engaging and exciting demos and training courses.

Alan has held the MVP title for 13 years, and is currently an MVP for Microsoft Azure. He is in the organization team for the CloudBurst conference and the Global Azure Bootcamp.

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