Microsoft Machine Learning in a Day Workshop

  • May 22 at 9:00AM to 5:00PM EST
  • Microsoft Building AP1:
    8050 Microsoft Way,
    Charlotte, North Carolina 28273

Microsoft Charlotte: Building AP1

May 22

9:00 AM

Machine Learning has become part of our everyday personal lives. From the accident avoidance features on your car, to your phone’s facial or fingerprint recognition, to the product suggestions you see when you’re shopping, you already use machine learning applications whether you know it or not.

But what do these innovations have to do with how you run your business? If you’ve struggled to find ways you can use machine learning for your business, or if the technology seems out of reach for your analytics and IT teams to handle, you’re not alone. Fortunately, with the tools available through Microsoft Azure, unlocking value of machine learning may be much closer than you think.

Join CCG and Microsoft for a hands-on demonstration of Azure’s machine learning capabilities. During the workshop, we will:

  • Hold a Machine Learning 101 session to explain what machine learning is and how it fits in the analytics landscape
  • Demonstrate how easy it is to deploy cloud infrastructure to build machine learning applications
  • Develop your first and second machine learning models using Azure Machine Learning Studio and Azure Databricks
  • Visualize your model outputs using Power BI

By the end of the workshop, you’ll have the tools you need to begin your own journey to AI. As a bonus, we’ll show you how you can prove Machine Learning value in six weeks with our RapidInsight solution!

Our workshop will begin at 9:00am with complimentary breakfast and lunch served. Please RSVP using the form on the right so we can save your seat! Questions? Please contact Sami Roetman at (813) 968 - 3238. 

Meet the Speakers

brianb.Brian Beesley is the Data Science Practice Director at CCG. He has developed data science and machine learning products for clients in the healthcare, retail, financial services, professional services, non-profit, and manufacturing industries, and he’s also helped national and international banking organizations manage their quantitative programs by building the processes and governance around statistical applications.

Untitled-1Lexy Kassan is the Advanced Analytics Solution Owner at CCG. Her background spans many verticals with a focus in customer analytics, marketing, and finance. She leads solution engineering for CCG’s product team to bring innovative, data science-driven offerings to life. Lexy also hosts the Data Science Ethics Podcast, encouraging better, fairer practices in the analytics space.

Untitled-1Patrick Richardson is a Data Scientist at CCG with deep domain experience in healthcare and marketing analytics. He has previously worked as a biostatistician doing genomics and cancer research where he implemented and tested algorithms to predict personalized treatment regimens for patients with various types of cancer.

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