Lo que te perdiste de la API de OpenAI: Tools y Assistants

 
Spanish Intermediate DATA & AI

Si has trabajado con Azure OpenAI habrás acabado en la API reference de la compañía, pero ... ¿Sabías que entre esa documentación, en los profundos recovecos se esconden herramientas y funcionalidades que salvan más de una situación? En esta charla nos sumergiremos bajo el iceberg de las herramientas de OpenAI y plantearemos algunos escenarios donde estas herramientas serán de gran utilidad. Dentro de estas herramientas encontramos: - Function calling - Assistants - Moderation - Text to speech / Speech to text - Tools: code interpreter, knowledge retrieval Durante la charla se plantearán escenarios con estas herramientas que mostrarán el potencial de las mismas.

Speakers

Javier Chico

AI Specialist

Computer Engineer motivated by curiosity and future-oriented topics, focused on artificial intelligence in Azure, working as an AI Specialist at MDW.

Urko Nieto Margalli

AI Specialist in MDW

Telecom. Engineer currently developing ML and AI solutions in Azure, working as a AI Specialist in MDW

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