No longer are we in the days where adding intelligence to your applications requires you to have dedicated ML/AI experience. Today, we have amazing suites of out-of-the-box AI services consumable via APIs offered by independent providers, cloud platforms, etc. today. Therefore, in this session, join me as we discuss you can build AI-enabled apps without formal AI development knowledge using Azure Cognitive Services and .NET MAUI.
Aditya Oberai is a Developer Advocate at Appwrite and an avid tech community and hackathon enthusiast. Having worked with various technologies such as .NET, Microsoft Azure, etc., he has spent the last 3 years empowering student and tech communities and is currently active as a Microsoft MVP and Twilio Champion. Aditya was awarded the Azure Heroes "Community Hero" and "AI Ambassador" Digital Badgers by Microsoft and is a member of the .NET Foundation. He was the National Winner in the Education category at Microsoft Imagine Cup 2021 India Chapter and has been named among Major League Hacking's Top 50 hackers of 2021. Aditya co-organized (arguably) the largest student-led digital hackathon in India, HackOn 2.0. He currently contributes as a Developer Evangelist/Advocate Advisory Board member at DevNetwork.
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