by bill-s , Sunday, 2018-11-24
Machine learning can be tricky. Fortunately, Azure is coming up with ways to make it easier for developers to jump into machine learning. In part 1 of this post on ML.NET and Azure Functions, you created a machine learning model with ML.NET that categorizes irises. You also set up a serverless architecture environment with Azure Functions and uploaded your model to it. In this post, you’re going to finish by building an app that uses your machine learning model.