Microsoft has just released the newest version of its Configuration Manager product, simply called System Center Configuration Manager. What's included in this version? Why would you want to upgrade to it? In this session, we'll cover the new features and updates to the System Center Configuration Manager product, and discuss how to get there from where you are today.
In this session we will talk about the Oxford APIs, machine learning, How-Old.net, Twins or Not and recent released MyMoustache. Starting by talking about How-Old.net and how inspiration quicly came to build "Twins or Not" while on the //Build tour. We will detail how the capabilities used by these sites are available as part of the Oxford APIs and show demos of this awesome technology. Obviously, we'll go deeper on the building models where Azure Machine Learning is a central piece, as both, experiments from the Machine Learning gallery.
As we propose to bring connectivity to everyday objects, we also propose to change the way we live, work and play. But not only. Much of the promise of the internet of things lies in using everyday objects to making visible data we chose ignore: our environment, our habits, our health, our effect on others. This new world promises to be one where behavioural change will need to take place, businesses will need to streamline their efforts and we will finally be faced with the task of building a better world. This talk will discuss what that road means for people and businesses and future public policy.