We are bringing Caio onboard to conduct an interactive session of DataHour with us. He is working as a Senior Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft. Artificial intelligence holds the future of our world. Who wouldn’t be interested to learn how to build scalable, secure and responsible solutions using Azure? He will be sharing his personal experience and giving you insights on various aspects. So, book your seat now! We are sure you don’t want to have FOMO!
BOOK YOUR SEAT NOW! 🛋️
About the DataHour
Day-by-day organizations are evolving and are becoming AI-driven.
In this DataHour, join Caio Moreno to learn how you can build Scalable, Secure and Responsible AI Solutions in Azure and deploy Machine Learning models to production at Scale.
We will explore topics like:
- How to become an Azure Data Scientist?
- Building an elite Data Science team
- The AI/ML Journey
- Building an AI/ML Platform
- MLOps (Machine Learning Ops)
- Responsible AI (Artificial Intelligence)
- AI/ML Security
Prerequisites: A genuine interest in Data Science
Who is this DataHour for?
- Students & Freshers who want to build a career in Data Science and learn about AI solutions.
- Data science professionals who want to accelerate their career growth.
Senior Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft
Caio Moreno is a Senior Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft, responsible for helping Microsoft empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more using Data and AI. He has experience in artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, IoT, distributed systems, analytics, streaming, business intelligence, data integration and visualization. He is also a PhD. Candidate at the Complutense University of Madrid. He enjoys traveling and all kinds of sports. He lives in London with his wife and 3 daughters.
Grab this fantastic opportunity by registering here for the DataHour. If you’re attending this session and have some preliminary questions about this topic, please send them to us at [email protected]or you could ask directly to the speaker during the session.
If you missed our previously conducted ‘The DataHour’ series, head to our YouTube Channel and check out the recordings. Read the synopsis about the previous held DataHour sessions on our blog here.
If you’re facing any difficulty registering or wish to conduct a session with us. Then, get in touch with us at [email protected]