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Azure AI Studio – Getting started with ALM!

Azure AI Studio – Getting started with ALM!

Hey there! I love talking about the principles of application lifecycle management (ALM) because it’s a crucial aspect of developing successful applications. I know it might sound boring, but trust me, it’s not! Understanding and implementing ALM from the beginning can simplify the development, usage, and management of your applications. This is especially important for Generative AI applications. I discovered that Azure AI Studio can be a great tool to get started with ALM for your Generative AI solutions. The…

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Using GenAI – Meeting Minutes Copilot

Using GenAI – Meeting Minutes Copilot

As a citizen developer it’s so easy to use generative AI. In one of my last blog posts, I outlined the use case of generating meeting minutes from a meeting protocol. Furthermore, I explained the technical details of my meeting minute service. Today I will show you how I build a meeting minutes copilot. Correctly, I’m talking about building a copilot. Copilot is formerly known as Power Virtual Agent. Moreover, you might have noticed this when you navigate to https://powerva.microsoft.com/:…

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Using GenAI: “AI convert into my Time Zone!”

Using GenAI: “AI convert into my Time Zone!”

Do you also struggle with converting time zones into your local time? I do, and most of the time, I use tools to help me with this kind of problem. But did you know that you can treat converting time zones also as a language problem? Today, I will show you an example of how I use Azure OpenAI to master this challenge for me. I let the AI convert appointment proposals from an email into my own time zone….

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Using GenAI – Meeting Minutes Service

Using GenAI – Meeting Minutes Service

In one of my last blog post I outlined the use case of generating meeting minutes from a meeting protocol. Furthermore, I have shown how I tested my concept in a simple way and then designed a solution. For the sake of simplicity, I have not yet explained the technical part of creating the meeting minutes. This means, I will share this time more details about my Meeting Minutes API in Microsoft Azure with you. Before I start, I select…

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Getting started with Azure AI Studio

Getting started with Azure AI Studio

Will the development of new AI applications within the Microsoft ecosystem become easier in the future? That’s a good question, because Azure AI Studio is currently in preview. The documentation and marketing videos are promising a lot. But what’s behind the scenes? That’s why I’m writing this blog post to share my first impressions with you. Benefits of Azure AI Studio Ok, let me start and answer an important question: Why should I use Azure AI Studio? Microsoft docs says…

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Using GenAI – Generate my Meeting Minutes!

Using GenAI – Generate my Meeting Minutes!

Today I will share another example where I utilize Generative AI with you. Although the story is explained quite quickly. Documenting meeting minutes can be a tedious task, especially when I am an active participant. However, the outcome of the meeting is crucial as I need to share the action items and results with my colleagues. What if I had a buddy who could do this task for me? Right, I use my Generative AI for this. In other words,…

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Using GenAI – Create Demo Data

Using GenAI – Create Demo Data

Generative AI can do a lot for me. Today I’ll share a common example with you where I use my Microsoft OpenAI chatbot to simplify my life. My common example is, I need demo data and my AI Assistant will help me to setup this data in seconds. Moreover, I will use my own copilot that I deployed some weeks ago as an Azure Web Application (read more: Using Azure OpenAI in Business). In detail, I need an excel file…

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Embedding Vector for Azure AI Search

Embedding Vector for Azure AI Search

My SharePoint documents are already integrated in Azure AI Search (Azure Cognitive Search). I explained the setup in my last blog post. In detail, I created a Search Index for my SharePoint site which contains some of my conference presentations (PPTX) and handouts (PDF) files. I realized during testing; Azure OpenAI can access the information by using Azure AI Search as a retriever tool with some limitations. But I haven’t added embedding vector or similarity search in Azure AI Search….

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Azure Cognitive Search and SharePoint for Azure OpenAI

Azure Cognitive Search and SharePoint for Azure OpenAI

In my last blog post, I explained how I use a Power Automate Flow to add my documents to Azure Cognitive Search. In detail, I copied selected files to my central Azure Blob Storage. This is not the best solution, but it outlines the possibilities of Automation in combination with Azure Cognitive Search. This time I show you, how I index my documents from SharePoint directly with Azure Cognitive Search. Right, I don’t copy my files to another storage. Now,…

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Add documents to Azure Cognitive Search with Power Automate

Add documents to Azure Cognitive Search with Power Automate

Last time I explained, how I added a data source to Azure Open AI by using Azure Cognitive Search (read more). This was strait forward because I uploaded my documents directly to my Azure Blob Storage. Furthermore, Azure Blob storage is a supported data source for Azure Cognitive Search. Now, the question arises: How can I streamline this process? How can I automatically upload new documents to Azure Cognitive Search? In detail, I aim to automate the storage of new…

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