ChatGPT has taken over the world, however generative AI technology is not new. In this session we will go through everything you need to know about generative AI and OpenAI models like ChatGPT and Dall-E. We will focus on their benefits, limitations and how you can integrate them in your applications by using the Azure OpenAI service.
Georgia Kalyva currently works as a Microsoft Technical Trainer at Microsoft. Before joining Microsoft, she was recognized as a Microsoft AI MVP, is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and an international speaker with years of expertise in Microsoft Cloud, AI and developer technologies. With a background in software development, leadership and technology, her career expands over several areas ranging from solutions design and implementation to project management and digital transformation. Having a Bachelor’s degree in Informatics from the University of Piraeus and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Derby, she is uniquely qualified to lead technology and innovation solutions in both internal and customer-facing roles. Georgia’s honors include several awards from international technology and business competitions and her journey to excellence stems from a growth mindset and a passion for technology.
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