Deep dive into Microsoft Semantic Kernel Agents powered by AI Assistants

English Intermediate Artificial Intelligence

You may be interested in creating agents with the Microsoft Semantic Kernel using GPT Assistants for handling complex problem-solving tasks. It uses AI to coordinate the work among multiple assistants. Each assistant has its own persona and tools, operating as separate GPTs. The days of manually managing conversation states and chat threads are behind us. Now, with the support of these assistants, we can have conversations that remember their context. In the next talk I explore how these assistants can interact in three different scenarios: - hierarchical chat agents (interactive chat) - joint chat agents (interactive chat) - agent powered by agents as plugins chat (one prompt chat) For this, I have created four agents, each representing a different hero: Jack Sparrow, Don Quijote, Shakespeare, and Yoda. Additionally, I have a dialogue writer agent that takes a dialogue script and brings these heroes to life. Well, let's see what happens when Jack Sparrow is messing up with Don Quijote!


Daniel Costea

Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft MVP

Microsoft MVP on Developer Technologies. Developer. Speaker. Trainer. Daniel Costea is a senior software engineer with more than two decades of experience and a passion for C# since its inception in 2001. He has been a frequent international speaker in Europe and the US in the past 6 years, and has organized community meetings and workshops. As a trainer, Daniel has delivered over 1200 hours of training in .NET web technologies to more than 700 students. He is also a published author of articles on .NET technologies, and was recognized as a Microsoft MVP in developer technologies in 2019.

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