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Generative AI models and their benefits to companies across industries


Large language models is the next explosive growth area in AI technology relevant to every business in every industry on the planet. The Azure OpenAI service is a cloud-based platform that provides businesses with access to powerful machine learning models developed by OpenAI. These models can be used to enhance a wide range of applications, from natural language processing and speech recognition to image and video analysis. One of the key benefits of the Azure OpenAI service is its flexibility. It can be easily integrated with existing applications and services, and developers can choose to use pre-built models or develop their own custom models. This flexibility allows businesses to tailor the service to their specific needs and use cases. The use cases for Azure OpenAI service are broad and varied. For example, it can be used to automate customer service interactions, analyze social media sentiment, or even help detect fraud in financial transactions. By leveraging the power of machine learning, businesses can gain deeper insights and make better decisions. To get the most out of the Azure OpenAI service, it's important to follow best practices. These include choosing the appropriate model for your use case, properly training and testing the model, and ensuring that data privacy and security protocols are in place. Additionally, it's important to continuously monitor and evaluate the model's performance to ensure that it continues to provide value to the business. In this presentation, we’ll explore the latest Azure OpenAI large language models, we’ll share some of the most common use cases we see and best practices on how to successfully use them for your work.
Who is this presentation for?
data scientists


Eve Psalti is 20+year tech and business leader, currently the Senior Director at Microsoft’s Azure AI engineering organization responsible for scaling & commercializing artificial intelligence solutions. She was previously the Head of Strategic Platforms at Google Cloud where she worked with F500 companies helping them grow their businesses through digital transformation initiatives. Prior to Google, Eve held business development, sales and marketing leadership positions at Microsoft and startups across the US and Europe leading 200-people teams and $600M businesses. A native of Greece, she holds a Master’s degree and several technology and business certifications from London Business School and the University of Washington. Eve currently serves on the board of WE Global Studios, a full-stack startup innovation studio supporting female entrepreneurs.