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How to get started with machine learning and Power BI

Part three of the Confident Decision Making with Power BI webinar series.

Every day we are exposed to the magic of machine learning. Whether it is the risk assessment your mortgage lender performs in seconds, your super funds’ millisecond automated trading or the AI-powered voice assistants that answer your questions.

In this session, Data#3 will enhance your understanding of machine learning and explore the basic concepts. We will show how to create a simple model you can apply to your data and demonstrate a pretrained example.

Key topics explored include:

  • Understanding what machine learning is
  • Real time examples of developing a simple model
  • Discussing the Power BI products it is available for
  • Broader Azure machine learning and how it works with Power BI

Watch this session to find out how you can get started with Azure machine learning and powerful Power BI.

 

Where to from here?

To learn more about Power BI, please speak to your Data#3 Account Manager, visit our Power BI page or get in touch with us today.

This is webinar 3 of a 4-part series. Find the rest of the series below:

1. Data, Analytics and Visualisation with Power BI
2. Improve data governance and speed up discovery with Azure Purview and Power BI
3. How to get started with machine learning and Power BI
4. Tools and a data framework to modernise and migrate your data to Azure

Tags: Data, Data & Analytics, Machine Learning, Microsoft, Microsoft Power BI, Power BI

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