Chatbot Magic: An overview of Prompt Flow in Azure AI Studio

Thai Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

Unlock the magic of AI conversations! Join us as we demystify prompt flow in Azure AI Studio. Learn how to transform simple text inputs into powerful insights, creating chatbots that understand and respond intelligently. Whether you’re a beginner or an AI enthusiast, this session will equip you with the tools to craft dynamic, user-friendly chatbots.


Teerasej Jiraphatchandej

Microsoft MVP - AI at

With 9 years of experience in AI and development technologies as a consultant, I possess a deep understanding of the subject matter. My passion for the fundamentals and expertise in cutting-edge tools allow me to make significant strides in improving our lives.

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