Supercharging your Apps with GPT and Azure OpenAI Service

English Intermediate Development

Do you want to see how these powerful tools can transform your applications? If so, join us for this session, where we will take a deep dive into all things generative AI. We will demonstrate some of the amazing scenarios that these models are unlocking. You will also learn how to use the Azure OpenAI Service, which is a managed service that provides access to the OpenAI GPT-3, ChatGPT and GPT-4 (in preview) models hosted in Azure. What you will learn: - The basics of Generative AI & Large Language Models with GPT-3/GPT-4 and ChatGPT - The Azure OpenAI Service and using the GPT & ChatGPT Playground - Integrating GPT into your application - An introduction to prompt engineering


Daniel Scott-Raynsford

Microsoft Technical Strategist | ANZ AI Champ

Daniel (DSR) is a Partner Technology Strategist at Microsoft. He loves helping organizations use Microsoft cloud technologies to innovate and build amazing SaaS solutions to delight customers, with a focus on bringing AI into applications to help do more with less is. Daniel was also a developer for 13 years before joining the cloud and continuous delivery revolution. He spent 3 years as a Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP before joining Microsoft. Frequent speaker on Azure and co-organizer of the Aotearoa Azure Meetup, blogger and published author (Azure SQL Hyperscale Revealed).

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