What is it like to work in the field of AI? How do you get started with AI? And what is going on this week? Find out in this 30-minute show hosted by cloud advocates Henk and Amy. In this show we will enter a conversation with our guest who works with AI daily, and challenge you to expand your skill set with a recommended weekly MS Learn module. In this show we talk with MVP Jean-Pierre Riehl about his life in AI.
Henk is a Cloud Advocate specializing in Artificial intelligence and Azure with a background in application development. He is currently part of the regional cloud advocate team in the Netherlands. Before joining Microsoft, he was a Microsoft AI MVP and worked as a software developer and architect building lots of AI powered platforms on Azure. He loves to share his knowledge about topics such as DevOps, Azure and Artificial Intelligence by providing training courses and he is a regular speaker at user groups and international conferences.
Amy Boyd is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft, specialising in Data Science and Machine Learning. Her role as a Cloud Advocate is to help developers to learn, engage and build on the Microsoft AI Platform. Amy creates and delivers content online and in-person and works with the community to provide the best product experience for them.
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