Construye tu Copilot con .NET y Azure

Spanish Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

En esta sesión veremos cómo construir tu propio Copilot para consultar tus propios datos. Usaremos .NET para construir la aplicación de chat y para gestionar la ingesta de documentos al copilot. Además, usamos una arquitectura en Azure que incluye Azure Search, Azure OpenAI, Azure Document Intelligence, Blob Storage y Functions.


David Lorenzo

Power Platform Solutions Architect at Prodware

14 años de experiencia en el mundo .NET, diseñando y construyendo soluciones basadas en Azure. Desde hace 2 años, enfocado más al mundo Power Platform y la Inteligencia Artifical.

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