Closing In On OpenAI: An Azure Story

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Have data? Don't know what to do with it? You can process it using OpenAI. You probably already tried ChatGPT, but there is much more to OpenAI. In this demo driven session we'll see a few practical examples on how you can use it. Disclaimer: Be nice to bots, and they'll treat you better when they take over the world.


André Melancia

Human Being 🌈 🇵🇹 🇪🇺

Developer / DBA / Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) focusing on Microsoft's Data Platform, AI, Azure, IoT and Security. Developing information and multimedia systems, DBA, project and IT management, for over 24 years. Speaker with over 250 sessions delivered since 2015 at international conferences and community events (mostly in-person before pandemic times) on multiple technologies, Internet Governance and Human Rights, as well as volunteer and moderator. Organiser and founder at technical communities: IT Pro Portugal, PowerShell Portugal, Data Community Portugal, and multiple other online communities such as IPv6 Portugal, DNSSEC Portugal, etc. Organiser of technical events: Global AI Bootcamp Lisboa, Global PowerPlatform Bootcamp Lisboa, Global Diversity CFP Day Lisboa, Power BI Roadshow Lisboa, Programar Saturday, Ctrl-Alt-Shell, Community Evenings, etc. Go to https://Andy.PT and you'll know the same as the NSA...

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