Microsoft releases preview of Lobe training app for machine-learning

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Microsoft is continuing to look for ways to make machine-learning technology easier to use. In 2018, Microsoft bought Lobe, a San Francisco-based startup that made a platform for building, training and shipping custom deep-learning models. This week, Microsoft made some of Lobe's technology publicly available. Available for both Windows and Mac, the Lobe app is free and designed to enable people with no data science experience to import images into the app and label them to create a machine learning dataset. According to Microsoft, "Lobe automatically selects the right machine learning architecture and starts training without any setup or configuration."

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