Azure Cognitive Services offers the most comprehensive portfolio in the market for developers who want to embed AI capabilities into their applications and platforms. During this session, Pieter will give you an overview into the Azure Cognitive Services offering. Armed with machine learning algorithms, he will show how AI can help you reach some hard to achieve goals and how to integrate them within your applications.
Pieter Vandenheede is the Chief Architect and co-founder of Zure-Belgium. He has been in IT for almost 20 years in various industries and since 2009 in consultancy. Always eager to learn and to share knowledge. He frequents user groups and is an aspiring speaker. Focus points are, but not limited to, Azure Paas, cloud architecture and Data and AI.
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