Azure Machine Learning for Predictive and Analytical Work

Aleksandr Sliborsky, Head of Innovations and R&D Department, Qulix Systems What’s the link between Brexit, cloud services and the Ministry of Defence of Great Britain? What does artificial intelligence have to do with all of them? As it turns out, it does quite a lot, and as it stands, all these notions are brought together by Microsoft Azure. Read on to find out how. There exists a highly debatable issue in the world of cloud services–data security and its place of storage. Some governments try to impose constraints on where citizens can store their personal data and how the companies within the country should store data. This limits the usage of cloud computing in such spheres as medicine, social security, finance and others. Until recently, companies have evaded these limitations…

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