Machine learning is a complex and task heavy art, be it cleaning data, creating new models, deploying models, managing a model repository, or automating the entire CI/CD pipeline for machine learning.
As more companies embark on the journey of machine learning in everything they do, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning provides them with enterprise-grade capabilities to accelerate the machine learning lifecycle and empowers developers and data scientists of all skill levels to build, train, deploy, and manage models responsibly and at scale.
Azure Machine Learning studio is the web user interface of Azure Machine Learning, enabling data scientists to complete their end-to-end machine learning lifecycle, from cleaning and labeling data, to training and deploying models using cloud scalable compute, in a single enterprise-ready tool.
We are excited to announce that Azure Machine Learning studio is now generally available worldwide, supporting 18 languages and over 30 locales!
Azure Machine Learning studio caters to all skill levels, with authoring tools such as the automated machine learning user interface to train and deploy models in a click of a button, and the drag and drop designer to create ML pipelines using a visual interface. All resources and assets created during the ML process – notebooks, models, pipelines, are all available for team collaboration under one roof.
With this release, studio is even more comprehensive and easy to use
Experimentation: Compare multiple runs graphically using an improved charting visualization experience including chart smoothing, displaying aggregated data and more.
Security: Granular Role Based Access Controls (RBAC) are now supported (in preview) out of the box for the most common actions in your studio workspace. Specific actions or controls will now be hidden based on your role assignment automatically as setup by your IT Admins.
Compute: Compute instance has tons of improvements in quality, reliability, availability, provisioning latency, and user experience:
New enterprise readiness and administrator capabilities:
Designer (preview): Improved performance and reliability. Updates to user experience and new features:
Data Labeling: Create, manage, and monitor labeling projects directly inside the studio web experience. Coordinate data, labels, and team members to efficiently manage labeling tasks. Supports image classification, either multi-label or multi-class, and object identification with bounding boxes.
The machine learning assisted labeling feature (Preview) lets you trigger automatic machine learning models to accelerate the labeling task.
Learn more about Azure Machine Learning data labeling in this blog post.
Fairlearn (preview): Azure Machine Learning is used for managing the artifacts in your model training and deployment process.
With the new fairness capabilities, users can store and track their models’ fairness (disparity) insights in Azure Machine Learning studio, easily share their models’ fairness learnings among different stakeholders. Beyond logging fairness insights within Azure Machine Learning run history, users can load Fairlearn’s visualization dashboard in studio to interact with mitigated or original models’ predictions and fairness insights, select a pleasant model, and register/deploy the model for scoring time.
Automated machine learning user interface (preview) Automated machine learning is the process of automating the time-consuming, iterative tasks of machine learning model development to enable non data scientists to operationalize their machine learning models.
The new Data Guardrails helps fix and alert users of potential data issues. The model details tab includes key information around the best model and the run. There is more control over which visualizations are generated - choose a metric of interest and visualizations pertaining to that metric will display.
Our customers inspire us to continue the journey, building together experiences that make machine learning easier to use, productive, and fun!
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