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Visual Studio Subscriptions

In this episode, Robert is joined by Caity Buschlen and Aaron Mast, who show us the resources available as part of Visual Studio subscriptions, including developer tools, cloud services and training. For more information, visit https://aka.ms/vssubstoolbox. Additional resources: Visual Studio Subscriptions resources for remote learning and productivity blog post Visual Studio Subscriptions Documentation Compare subscription […]

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Exploring Face Detection and Recognition
Computer Vision Facial Recognition

Exploring Face Detection and Recognition

In my final article for MSDN, I explore the nuts and bolts of face detection. Detecting Faces It’s important to point out two distinct terms that are often used interchangeably: face detection and face recognition. Face detection, as the name implies, is limited to detecting the presence of faces in an image. Face recognition involves […]

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Data Science R

Exploring Data with R

In my latest column in MSDN Magazine, I explore R and what makes it a powerful and elegant language for exploring and manipulating data. A robust developer community has emerged around R, with the most popular repository for R packages being the Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN). CRAN has various packages that cover anything from Bayesian […]

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AI Neural Networks

Neural Networks from the Ground Up

Inspired by a recent article I wrote for MSDN, here is a presentation that I delivered at the recent Azure Data Fest. Neural Networks from the Ground Up from Frank La Vigne

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AI Reinforcement Learning

My Reinforcement Learning Articles in MSDN

In case you didn’t know, I write a monthly column for MSDN Magazine on AI called “Artificially Intelligent” In the last two articles, I covered one of the most exciting topics in AI in these days: reinforcement learning Here’s a snippet and link to the full articles on MSDN. Introduction to Reinforcement Learning In previous […]

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AI Azure

Exploring Azure Machine Learning Studio

As many of you know, I have had a regular column in MSDN Magazine on UWP development for the past 18 months. However, today I am excited to announce that the column will now shift focus to Data Science, AI, and Machine Learning.  This is a natural progression, given the direction of FranksWorld.com and the […]

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