OpenAI is quickly changing not just the AI world, but also the perception of AI in the world. At the same they are growing their ties & collaboration with Microsoft, but what does that mean for us as users? How can we use OpenAI's services within the Microsoft platform and what does it have to do with Cognitive services & Github co-pilot? This is what I will explain in this session, showing examples of how OpenAI's models are used and can be used by you, within the Microsoft platform, from co-pilot, to GPT-3, Dallé and now also Vallé. We will cover a lot, so expect a high pace session with many productivity hacks.
Director of Data & AI at Amesto Nextbridge with 12+ years experience in the Data & AI field. On a mission to improve the world with Data & AI, using data to make business both more efficient, more sustainable and more valuable to their customers. Emilie Lundblad holds a minor in Machine learning & AI with MIT, and is giving guest lectures in the fall of 2022 on the course; “AI Strategies and Roadmap: Systems Engineering Approach to AI Development and Deployment.” In addition, she is busy finishing up her executive master in IT management at ITU in Copenhagen, where she is also doing guest lectures in the fall of 2022 on among others Data Science. In addition she holds a candidate in quantitative finance & econometrics, and 15+ certifications in data science, AI, ML, data engineering & BI. Emilie has previously done research projects with MIT & DTU on ML for dynamic pricing, as well as Data & AI for sustainability. In her career Emilie has been both head of BI, Data & AI Manager, speaker on Data & AI at Danish IT, as well as Microsoft, nominated for Berlingske’s talent 100 & Nordic women in Tech’s Diversity leader of the year.
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