Microsoft ML featured on CIO magazine, WIRED, KDnuggets and PCWorld in the past week

Microsoft’s Machine Learning technology got a bit of press coverage in the past week – here’s a quick round up of the major stories:

  1. Internet of Things Helps Asthma Patients Breathe Easily  
Medical device company Aerocrine is reducing device downtime and better servicing hospitals and clinics by using new IoT services from Microsoft including the Azure Stream Analytics real-time event processing engine and Azure Event Hubs scalable publish-subscribe ingestor.

2. The Internet of Anything: A Smartphone App That Lets You Control Your Office Environment
As part of a collection of workplace technologies, Carnegie Mellon University has built an app that gives workers more control over their office environments, letting them actively oversee things like lighting and temperature from their smartphones. The project, which uses Azure Machine Learning, will sell to both businesses and government agencies in the coming months.

3. Why Azure ML is the Next Big Thing for Machine Learning
“With advanced capabilities, free access, strong support for R, cloud hosting benefits, drag-and-drop development and many more features, Azure ML is ready to take the consumerization of ML to the next level.”

4. Microsoft, five other groups race toward automated image captioning
“Automated image processing could not only improve the Web's search engines, it could help you: automatically tagging all your vacation photos of the Eiffel Tower, for example, rather than hunting them down by the dates that you were actually in Paris.”

We wish our readers a very happy Thanksgiving!

ML Blog Team