Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Microsoft To Launch Machine Learning Service

angry tapir (1463043) writes "Microsoft will soon offer a service aimed at making machine-learning technology more widely usable. 'We want to bring machine learning to many more people,' Eron Kelly, Microsoft corporate vice president and director SQL Server marketing, said of Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, due to be launched in beta form in July. 'The line of business owners and the marketing teams really want to use data to get ahead, but data volumes are getting so large that it is difficult for businesses to sift through it all,' Kelly said." The service will have "...an interface called the Machine Learning Studio. The palette includes visual icons for some of the most commonly used machine-learning algorithms, allowing the user to drag and drop them into a visually depicted workflow." Algorithms themselves are implemented in R, which the user of the service can use directly as well.

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