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This article was published on June 16, 2014

Microsoft is adding machine learning to its Azure cloud platform

Microsoft is adding machine learning to its Azure cloud platform Image by: Justin Sullivan
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Microsoft today announced the upcoming release of Azure Machine Learning (ML) as it adds a predictive analytics service to its cloud platform.

With the new service, Microsoft is offering the machine learning technology that it built for Xbox and bing through Azure. Some Microsoft partners already have access to an early preview, and a public preview is set to arrive next month.

Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

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