Machine Learning to prevent Future Disaster

Truly, Machine learning holds the potential to solve and predict the upcoming calamity with its predictive analysis. Not only this, but it can also assist the team by letting them know about the level of damage. Natural calamities are imminent like Cyclone, flood, storm, tsunami etc cannot be avoided by humans. However, there’s a belief … Continue reading Machine Learning to prevent Future Disaster

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Demystifying QnAMaker FAQ Bots Supported Language Myth

Image Source: Internet + Editing. Original Image: https://blog.ch.atosconsulting.com/create-bot-faq-4-steps/ Introduction In this article, I will brief you about how QnA Maker knowledge base service deals with languages, how to verify the language associated with the service, and about the recommended way to develop FAQ Bot with multiple languages. Pre-requisite Knowledge about what QnA Maker service is. … Continue reading Demystifying QnAMaker FAQ Bots Supported Language Myth

Convert your sketch to HTML code with Sketch2Code: Microsoft AI

You can find all .Net core posts here. Yesterday I was going through different articles as usual and one site attracted my attention. It is a brand new AI project from Microsoft called Sketch2Code and it is absolutely free of cost. What is Sketch2Code? As the name suggests, it is a site which converts your sketch into … Continue reading Convert your sketch to HTML code with Sketch2Code: Microsoft AI

First look of ML.NET: Microsoft Machine Learning framework for .Net

Finally a Nuget package for Machine learning I always wanted to have a Nuget package which can be plugged with a .Net application by which we can create Machine learning applications. Microsoft has announced the Open source and Cross-platform Machine learning framework ML.NET ML.NET first version ML.NET is just a baby yet but it has … Continue reading First look of ML.NET: Microsoft Machine Learning framework for .Net

Naive Bayes in sentiment analysis: Machine Learning Questions & Answers Part – IV

This is the fourth post on Machine Learning Questions and Answers series. Look here for previous posts. In this post, we will see some questions related to Naive Bayes Algorithm. What is Naive Bayes Algorithm? Answer - One liner for Naive Bayes Algorithm: Assuming all the feature are independent and are equally important and predicting the things based on … Continue reading Naive Bayes in sentiment analysis: Machine Learning Questions & Answers Part – IV

Create your first Bot using Visual Studio 2017: Step by step guide

By looking at how fast the companies adopting the Bots, it is really the best time for you to start learning Bot framework and start adopting Bots for your business. Some pain in the real world without the Bots: You have to read the whole FAQ to find some specific information for any website or … Continue reading Create your first Bot using Visual Studio 2017: Step by step guide

How to Choose ML Algorithm: Machine Learning Questions & Answers Part – III

This is the third post on Machine Learning Questions and Answers series. Look here for previous posts. The fundamental requirement to start any Machine Learning project is to identify which algorithm we should apply for the business problem on which we are starting the Machine Learning project. For that, you must have the ability to pick … Continue reading How to Choose ML Algorithm: Machine Learning Questions & Answers Part – III