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Using EEG & Azure Machine Learning To Build A Lie Detector


Using an EPOC headset from Emotiv, I have captured 14 channels of EEG (brain waves) while subjects lied and answered truthfully to a series of questions. I fed this labelled dataset into Azure Machine Learning to build a classifier which predicts whether a subject is telling the truth or lying. In this session, I will share my results on this "lie detector" experiment. I will show my machine learning model, data cleaning process, and results, along with discussing the limitations of my approach and next steps/resources. Attendees will gain exposure to the Emotiv EPOC headset and Azure Machine Learning.

Installation Quickstart for Azure Machine Learning services


Azure Machine Learning services (preview) is an integrated, end-to-end data science and advanced analytics solution. It helps professional data scientists to prepare data, develop experiments, and deploy models at cloud scale.

MLOps on Azure End-to-End (E2E) Playbook (Ep. 2)


I have demonstrated how you can set up the MLOps quickstart code from a GitHub Repository in Azure DevOps. I am going to switch gears to provisioning Azure Machine Learning on Azure, a tool to "empowering developers and data scientists with a wide range of productive experiences for building, training, and deploying machine learning models. Create an Azure Machine Learning workspace to train, manage, and deploy machine-learning experiments and web services." Let's supply the following details: Give Azure some time for deploying resources via Azure Resource Manager (ARM). Afterwards, please launch and "try the new Azure Machine Learning Studio".