You build a machine learning model by using the automated machine learning user interface (UI).
You need to ensure that the model meets the Microsoft transparency principle for responsible AI.
What should you do? A . Set Validation type to Auto.
B. Enable Explain best model.
C. Set Primary metric to accuracy.
D. Set Max concurrent iterations to 0.
Model Explain Ability.
Most businesses run on trust and being able to open the ML “black box” helps build transparency and trust. In heavily regulated industries like healthcare and banking, it is critical to comply with regulations and best practices. One key aspect of this is understanding the relationship between input variables (features) and model output. Knowing both the magnitude and direction of the impact each feature (feature importance) has on the predicted value helps better understand and explain the model. With model explain ability, we enable you to understand feature importance as part of automated ML runs.
You plan to deploy an Azure Machine Learning model as a service that will be used by client applications.
Which three processes should you perform in sequence before you deploy the model? To answer, move the appropriate processes from the list of processes to the answer area and arrange them in the correct order.
Graphical user interface, text, application, chat or text message
You have a dataset that contains information about taxi journeys that occurred during a given period.
You need to train a model to predict the fare of a taxi journey.
What should you use as a feature? A . the number of taxi journeys in the dataset
B. the trip distance of individual taxi journeys
C. the fare of individual taxi journeys
D. the trip ID of individual taxi journeys
The label is the column you want to predict. The identified Features are the inputs you give the model to predict the Label.
The provided data set contains the following columns:
vendor_id: The ID of the taxi vendor is a feature.
rate_code: The rate type of the taxi trip is a feature.
passenger_count: The number of passengers on the trip is a feature.
trip_time_in_secs: The amount of time the trip took. You want to predict the fare of the trip before the trip is completed. At that moment, you don’t know how long the trip would take. Thus, the trip time is not a feature and you’ll exclude this column from the model. trip_distance: The distance of the trip is a feature.
payment_type: The payment method (cash or credit card) is a feature.
fare_amount: The total taxi fare paid is the label.
Match the types of machine learning to the appropriate scenarios.
To answer, drag the appropriate machine learning type from the column on the left to its scenario on the right. Each machine learning type may be used once, more than once, or not at all. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.
Which two components can you drag onto a canvas in Azure Machine Learning designer? Each correct answer presents a complete solution. NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point. A . dataset
You can drag-and-drop datasets and modules onto the canvas.