Build an AI Powered Content Manager App - May 8th 11AM GMT
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This session is part of Build AI Powered Solutions with Azure OpenAI Service series, learn more and register for the events here: Build AI powered apps with Azure OpenAI Service. Make sure to complete the Cloud Skills Challenge we have for this series: https://aka.ms/AI-Powered-Content-Manager-Challenge 

 

Watch the practical guide on demand

 

Our Use case Project - Content Manager Mobile App (Register Here)

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What is this session about?
Content management is a vital aspect of any marketing strategy, and effective content management can make a significant difference in the success of a marketing team. By managing content efficiently, marketing teams can create and distribute content that resonates with their target audience, leading to increased engagement and brand loyalty. In this session, we will build a mobile app focused on gathering the content that the marketing team wants to put out in public.

 

Who is it aimed at?
This session is aimed at anyone who wants to learn how to build AI powered apps and wants to learn more about Azure OpenAI

 

Solution Considerations before development

Before you build an application, you should have some thought and break down what you want to do before building. This process is often called "Solution Architecting". While we will not be taking a lot of time doing this, I would like to introduce you to the basics of it.

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Don't miss Part 2 of this Series

  • May 9th 11:AM GMT - Boost the Content Manager Process with Azure OpenAI Service: Register Here

 

Speakers:
Hadeel Shubair
Hadeel is a Regional Cloud Advocate and Data Analytics Engineer for Microsoft, Middle East/Africa region. She holds a Master’s degree in Data Analytics and is passionate about learning and sharing her knowledge on tech topics including Data Analytics, AI, & ML. Before joining Microsoft, Hadeel held several appointments and roles including Google Women in Tech scholar through which she delivered several sessions to the community to motivate and empower young talents. Hadeel also served as part of the Data & Communications team overlooking the organization of the World Government Summit. On the other side, while at University, Hadeel chaired the Women in Engineering club, and was the Chief Editor of the Engineering Newsletter. As a Cloud Advocate for the Microsoft Reactor, Hadeel’s main goal is to take you on a journey to understand & learn more about Data and AI concepts and applications. She's passionate about technology, education, & growing the Data & AI community across the region.

 

Someleze Diko
Someleze is a young individual that is passionate about upskilling people from different communities using the different technologies at his disposal through being involved with initiatives that upskill and empower people. Today, he is an M365 and Power Platform Cloud Advocate at Microsoft focusing on upskilling students and communities through the Microsoft Power Platform. Before becoming a Cloud Advocate, Someleze was a Gold Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador in which he worked closely with other ambassadors to learn, upskill and empower students in different communities through hosting sessions that cover different Microsoft Technologies. He also served as a United Nations Peace Ambassador alongside his team from Artpeace.

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