ML.NET should be a part of .NET Core 3 release, so my assumption is that there won’t be any ground-breaking changes in the API once again. This is why I decided to write another article on this topic and cover all the things once again, but using the new API. To be honest, changing from 0.3 ML.NET version to 0.10 ML.NET version (latest version) were not as straight-forward as I hoped so. Some of the things I don’t like so much, others I adored. So, buckle up, this is going to be a wild ride.