Transforming the Industry with Dynamics 365 Market Insights with Walter Sun

Transforming the Industry with Dynamics 365 Market Insights with Walter Sun

Walter Sun


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  • Personal background – living in Seattle, family 
  • Professional background – studying at MIT, teaching, and working on Bing Predicts at Microsoft  
  • Transitioning to Microsoft Business Applications team from Bing Predicts 
  • Career highlights and achievements – Bing Predicts, training elementary students for Math competitions 
  • Dynamics 365 AI for Market Insights – what it is and Walter’s involvement with the technology 
  • Use cases around Dynamics 365 AI for Market Insights 
  • Understanding how people say, seek and feel about market products 
  • AI advancements in how nuances of language are picked up 
  • How to ask an effective question to Market Insights 
  • Focusing on the use case around understanding the market (marketing/brands) 
  • Examples of industries that Dynamics 365 AI for Market Insights is landing effectively in 
  • Looking at data sources (IE and Edge) in aggregate and anonymizing them
  • What part machine learning plays in what the product team is doing in Dynamics 365 Ai for Market Insights 
  • Difference between machine learning and deep learning 
  • What’s exciting about where machine learning and deep learning are going 
  • Dynamics 365 AI for Market Insights integration with Common Data Services for Apps 

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Walter Sun

Walter Sun is the GM for the Market Intelligence team at Microsoft, spanning the US, Switzerland, & Denmark. He previously worked as a Development Manager and ML scientist and has a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. He has hands-on experience in ML/AI technologies along with Python, Scalability, Computer Science, C++, and Agile Methodologies. He is a strong research professional with a PhD in Electrical Engineering (minor in mathematics) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.