In this module, you’ll learn how to create a simple Machine Learning model that generates personalized product recommendations using Data Science Workspace. When customers visit a retail website like Luma and click on a product, they should be presented with personalized product recommendations afterwards.
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Have a look at the below architecture, which highlights the components that will be discussed and used in this module.
For this module, please use this sandbox:
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To create a machine learning model that will recommend products that users might like when they are looking at a particular product, you need to analyze previous purchases made by users on the website. In this lesson, you’ll explore purchase data flowing via tags and Web SDK to Adobe Experience Platform and transform that data into a feature dataset that will be used to train your machine learning model.
In this lesson you’ll learn how you can use this data and author a machine learning model. In the real world, creating a dataset and a machine learning model will be an iterative process.
So you’ve prepared your data, authored your model and packaged it to test it at scale as a recipe. Now let’s go ahead and train and test the model at scale.
Now that you’ve experimented with your recommendations model and have determined the optimal run, you can move on to scoring the model to generate product recommendations for customers.
Summary of this module and overview of the benefits.
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