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  • These are the release notes for ML Builder.

    Each section in this document contains:

    • Title. The date when ML Builder received updates.
    • The What's new section. Updates about new features and improvements.
    • The Bug fixes section. The list of resolved issues.

    Release Feb 24 2021

    ML Builder updates for the release of February 24, 2021.

    What's new

    • Starting Guide. Use the Starting Guide to guide you through the main ML Builder concepts.
    • New Welcome page experience.
    • Removed unnecessary paddings from the right sidebar.
    • Minor improvements in user experience.
    • The right sidebar now is open by default in the model training flow.

    Bug fixes

    • Fixed CSV generation issue by enclosing fields that have commas in quotes.
    • Fixed CSV format by the encoding to UTF-8 as default.
    • Fixed scroll to top in the model review screen.

    Release Feb 10 2021

    ML Builder updates for the release of February 10, 2021.

    What's new

    • You can now delete your models through the ML Builder. Deleting obsolete models is important to avoid additional costs in your Azure subscription.
    • In the AI provider setup now you don't have to register Azure resources before fetching the workspace. This lets you set up the tool faster.

    Bug fixes

    • Fixed an issue that prevented training more than two models in parallel, in the same cluster.
    • Fixed the cluster name so it can accept more than 16 characters.
    • Fixed the decimal score representation so it doesn't show as a set of characters but the decimal value.

    Release Dec 7 2020

    ML Builder updates for the release of December 7, 2020.

    What's new

    • ML Builder is now a SaaS tool. Having the tool in the cloud reduces the installation efforts and provides a scalable solution for public availability.
    • Now the training and deploy of a model are separate stages. The separation of stages lets you have a better overview and cost control of your Azure subscription.
    • ML Builder user interface is a Reactive Web App with OutSystems UI. The newer UI framework provides a more straightforward and modern user experience.
    • Improved CSS across the user interface.

    Bug fixes

    No bug fixes in this release.

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