Microsoft Fabric & Content Safety: Analytics on Metadata

Greek Intermediate Data & AI

In this Workshop we are going to utilize Custom Metadata, and Azure Content Safety to perform Analytics on Image Moderation with Microsoft Fabric. A wide range of tools used to help us categorize and flag content but also analyze the Data with Microsoft Fabric.


Konstantinos Passadis

solutions architect

I am an IT Professional since 1997-98 when i got my first Job as an IT Technician. I have been fascinated with IT from a young age and deep dived from the beginning. My preferences was Systems as well as Networking and Voice so i got a 360 view on IT Technologies. Now i have been engaged into Cloud and mostly Microsoft Azure and M365, as well as AWS Oracle OCI and GCP. My current position is Solutions Architect for Enterprise Cloud Technologies. I have multiple Certifications from various vendors but i never stop learning and re evaluating my expertise and skills.

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