Train Machine Learning Models with ML.NET Model Builder on ARM64


Visual Studio 2022 17.3 Preview 2 is now available as a native ARM64 application on Windows 11. This is the first version of Visual Studio that natively supports building and debugging ARM64 apps on ARM-based processors. .NET workloads are one of the prioritized workloads.

What is Model Builder?

Model Builder is a Visual Studio extension that uses ML.NET, an open-source, cross-platform machine learning framework for .NET developers to train and deploy custom machine learning models into .NET apps.



Get started

To get started with Model Builder on ARM64 devices:

  1. Install ARM64 Visual Studio
  2. Enable Model Builder

Note: For image classification scenarios, we recommend using Azure since it's not supported for local environments on ARM devices. For more information, see the tutorial on how to train an image classification model in Azure using Model Builder.

We want to hear from you

Let us know about your experiences. If you have any feedback or issues running Model Builder on ARM, file an issue in the dotnet/machinelearning-modelbuilder GitHub repository.

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