With the next release of Windows, developers will be able to evaluate trained machine learning models locally on Windows 10 devices, allowing developers to use pre-trained models within their applications with hardware-accelerated performance by leveraging the device’s CPU or GPU to compute evaluations for both classical Machine Learning algorithms and Deep Learning.
Lucas Brodzinski from the Windows Machine Learning team stopped by to demonstrate just how easy it is to get started with pre-trained models by importing them through Visual Studio and writing few lines of code. Watch the full video above and feel free to reach out on Twitter or in the comments below for questions or comments.
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Updated April 24, 2018 10:10 am