Microsoft has launched free Beginner course for the ML( Machine Learning)

Microsoft has launched free Beginner course for the ML( Machine Learning)

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Machine Learning is slowly becoming part of our life. Big tech companies are looking forward to filling the gap as quickly as possible. Microsoft has recently launched their free MIT-approved ML course. The duration of this course is 12 weeks. Azure Cloud experts and Microsoft student ambassadors came together to create the course. They have designed the course together and the course contains different kinds of quizzes, video lectures, and knowledge checks. The target is to equip students with ML (Machine learning skills) using an open source library called Scikit-Learn.  

Microsoft has launched a free Beginner course for the ML( Machine Learning)

Machine Learning is slowly becoming part of our life. Big tech companies are looking forward to filling the gap as quickly as possible. Microsoft has recently launched its free MIT-approved ML course. The duration of this course is 12 weeks. Azure Cloud experts and Microsoft student ambassadors came together to create the course. They have designed the course together and the course contains different kinds of quizzes, video lectures, and knowledge checks. The target is to equip students with ML (Machine learning skills) using an open-source library called Scikit-Learn.  



The course currently covers basic and key concepts of machine learning, its history, and its introduction to different tools. The course curriculum covers Reinforcement learning, NLP or Natural language Processing, Time-series Forecasting, Regression analysis, and classification. The course intensively focuses on practical lessons so students can understand the use of models inside mobile or web applications. 

The course curriculum:

  1. What kinds of techniques do ML researchers use to build Machine Learning models?
  2. Getting started with Python and Scikit-learn for regression models
  3. Visualization and clean data in preparation for ML
  4. Building the polynomial and linear models
  5. Build a small web app where the ML models can be put to use
  6. Sentiment analysis
  7. Some real-world applications of ML

Microsoft is teaching

Microsoft as a tech giant has always engaged itself in giving back to the community. Last year Microsoft took the initiative to help 25 million people to acquire digital skills. The initiative showcases the importance of different kinds of digital skills that will help people to get a job in the post-pandemic world.

There are many courses on the edX platform taught by Microsoft experts. The courses are designed for both students and the professionals and it teaches how to build innovative application services on the Microsoft platform.

As per different kinds of reports, education must evolve to the fourth industrial revolution. As per Udemy’s Global Skills Gap Report finds narrowing the skill gap is imperative to staying employed. 

Microsoft wants to fill the digitally skilled workforce. It is one of the agendas of Microsoft's global initiative launched in 2020. The organization tends to

  1. Use the data to research and identify the specific job demands of the present and upcoming future. 
  2. Provide free access to infrastructure to develop in-demand skill sets
  3. Provide tools for free that will help job seekers.


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