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AI-900 Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals Exam Questions and Answers – Page 1

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Question 1

A company employs a team of customer service agents to provide telephone and email support to customers. The company develops a webchat bot to provide automated answers to common customer queries. Which business benefit should the company expect as a result of creating the webchat bot solution?

A. increased sales
B. a reduced workload for the customer service agents
C. improved product reliability

Question 2

For a machine learning progress, how should you split data for training and evaluation?

A. Use features for training and labels for evaluation.
B. Randomly split the data into rows for training and rows for evaluation.
C. Use labels for training and features for evaluation.
D. Randomly split the data into columns for training and columns for evaluation.


In Azure Machine Learning, the percentage split is the available technique to split the data. In this technique, random data of a given percentage will be split to train and test data.

The Split Data module is particularly useful when you need to separate data into training and testing sets. Use the Split Rows option if you want to divide the data into two parts. You can specify the percentage of data to put in each split, but by default, the data is divided 50-50. You can also randomize the selection of rows in each group, and use stratified sampling.

Question 3

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.

Question 4

You are designing an AI system that empowers everyone, including people who have hearing, visual, and other impairments. This is an example of which Microsoft guiding principle for responsible AI?

A. fairness
B. inclusiveness
C. reliability and safety
D. accountability


Inclusiveness: At Microsoft, we firmly believe everyone should benefit from intelligent technology, meaning it must incorporate and address a broad range of human needs and experiences. For the 1 billion people with disabilities around the world, AI technologies can be a game-changer.

Question 5

You are building an AI system. Which task should you include to ensure that the service meets the Microsoft transparency principle for responsible AI?

A. Ensure that all visuals have an associated text that can be read by a screen reader.
B. Enable autoscaling to ensure that a service scales based on demand.
C. Provide documentation to help developers debug code.
D. Ensure that a training dataset is representative of the population.

Question 6

Your company is exploring the use of voice recognition technologies in its smart home devices. The company wants to identify any barriers that might unintentionally leave out specific user groups.
This an example of which Microsoft guiding principle for responsible AI?

A. accountability
B. fairness
C. inclusiveness
D. privacy and security

Question 7

What are three Microsoft guiding principles for responsible AI?
Each correct answer presents a complete solution.
NOTE: Each correct selection is worth one point.

A. knowledgeability
B. decisiveness
C. inclusiveness
D. fairness
E. opinionatedness
F. reliability and safety

Question 8

You run a charity event that involves posting photos of people wearing sunglasses on Twitter.
You need to ensure that you only retweet photos that meet the following requirements:

  • Include one or more faces.
  • Contain at least one person wearing sunglasses.

What should you use to analyze the images?

A. the Verify operation in the Face service
B. the Detect operation in the Face service
C. the Describe Image operation in the Computer Vision service
D. the Analyze Image operation in the Computer Vision service

Question 9

Which metric can you use to evaluate a classification model?

A. true positive rate
B. mean absolute error (MAE)
C. coefficient of determination (R2)
D. root mean squared error (RMSE)


What does a good model look like?
An ROC curve that approaches the top left corner with 100% true positive rate and 0% false positive rate will be the best model. A random model would display as a flat line from the bottom left to the top right corner. Worse than random would dip below the y=x line.

Question 10

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
B. compute
C. pipeline
D. module


You can drag-and-drop datasets and modules onto the canvas.

Alex Lim is a certified IT Technical Support Architect with over 15 years of experience in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex IT systems and networks. He has worked for leading IT companies, such as Microsoft, IBM, and Cisco, providing technical support and solutions to clients across various industries and sectors. Alex has a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the National University of Singapore and a master’s degree in information security from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is also the author of several best-selling books on IT technical support, such as The IT Technical Support Handbook and Troubleshooting IT Systems and Networks. Alex lives in Bandar, Johore, Malaysia with his wife and two chilrdren. You can reach him at [email protected] or follow him on Website | Twitter | Facebook

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