Microsoft Applied Skills: Develop generative AI solutions with Azure OpenAI Service

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LESSONS

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SKILL LEVEL

3:07 hr

DURATION

ENGLISH

AUDIO

ENG

SUBTITLES

OVERVIEW

This course goes through all of the skills required for the Microsoft Applied Skills: Develop generative AI solutions with Azure OpenAI Service.

Generative AI allows you to use GPT models to create conversations with an AI, and DALL-E to create images. You can use a User Interface portal, or program using Python or C#.

In this 3 hour course we’ll cover the skills that you need for the Microsoft Applied Skills credential for Gen AI use using the Azure OpenAI Service.

By the end of the course, you’ll be able to develop your own Generative AI solutions with Azure OpenAI Service and perhaps even take the official Microsoft assessment. That would look great on your CV or resume.

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WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?

This course is for you if you want to use Generative Artificial Intelligence, either using a portal or programming using Python or C#. This is especially for you if you are, or want to be, an AI Engineer, App Maker, or Developer, or just want to learn more about Gen AI.

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LEARNING PATH

DEPLOY AN AZURE OPENAI RESOURCE AND MODEL

  • Apply for permission to use OpenAI.
  • Deploy the GPT-3.5-turbo model.
  • Generate natural language responses by using Azure OpenAI
  • Apply prompt engineering techniques by using Azure OpenAI
  • Generate and improve code by using Azure OpenAI

CONNECT TO THE MODEL USING PYTHON AND C#

  • Understanding the ChatCompletion model.
  • Installing Visual Studio Code
  • Use the version 0.28.1 and 1.x Python libraries
  • Use the version 1.0.0-beta.9 and 1.0.0-beta.13 C# libraries

GENERATE IMAGES WITH DALL-E IN AZURE OPENAI

  • Use DALL-E 2 in the portal.
  • Quickly generate code in Python using version 0.28.1
  • Review code in C# using version 1.0.0-beta.9

USE AZURE OPENAI ON YOUR DATA

  • Create Azure Blob Storage and Azure AI Search resources.
  • Upload and process your own data.
  • Use your own data using Python and C#.

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