Azure Open AI

English Intermediate AI/ML

Have you heard about Chat GPT? Do you think Open AI could be the future of your company, or make your job way easier? In this session we will discuss how to get started with Open AI in Azure, the feature set today, incorporating it in our daily app development, and importing it to a simple .Net application!


Alec Harrison

Lunavi, Lead Developer

I am Alec Harrison a software development enthusiast passionate about test-driven development, cloud technologies, and agile methodologies. In my free time you'll find me learning about new Azure technologies and helping to run the Iowa Microsoft Azure User Group!

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