Microsoft AI School: ML Services

David Smith points out an interesting resource for learning more about Microsoft ML Services:

If you’d like to learn how you use R to develop AI applications, the Microsoft AI School now features a learning path focused on Microsoft R and SQL Server ML Services. This learning path includes eight modules, each comprising detailed tutorials and examples:

Read on for more details.

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