What is this session about? In this session you will learn about Computer Vision and its applications. You will also learn how to use Computer vision cognitive service to analyze images.
Who is it aimed at? This series is aimed at anyone who would like to get started in AI.
Why should you attend? Learn how the Computer Vision service enables software engineers to create intelligent solutions that extract information from images - a common task in many artificial intelligence (AI) scenarios.
This episode is based on the Learn Module https://aka.ms/learnlive-20220307A and it is part of an Azure AI series, designed to help you start your Microsoft Azure AI learning journey.
In honour of International Womens Day on March 8th, this Azure AI series will be delivered by a panel of Microsoft female tech experts. Regardless of your previous knowledge of AI, this hands on series will take you through what is available in Azure AI, Computer Vision and Conversational AI and give you space to ask a set of expert’s questions about each topic. We will only scratch the surface of what is available on Microsoft learn and will encourage you to continue your learning between weekly sessions in the series. This series partners with the Microsoft Certified: Azure AI Fundamentals certification (Exam AI-900: Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals - Learn | Microsoft Docs) – if you follow this learning path you will be well on your way to taking this exam.
Moreover, we are hosting 30 days to learn it challenge to help you build skills and start your preparation for Microsoft Certifications for AI, DevOps, Microsoft 365, low code, IoT, data science, cloud development, and more ( details here: https://aka.ms/Azure-AI30DTL).
Carlotta Castelluccio – Cloud Advocate Microsoft
Carlotta has been in Microsoft since 2019, mostly working in customer-face engagements focused on Conversational AI solutions. She is passionate about software development, in particular about developing solutions which integrate artificial intelligence. As a Cloud Developer Advocate, she works with Students and Educators in relation to Data Analytics and Data Science. Outside of work, she loves going for a walk in the open air, practicing yoga and watching films.
Bethany Jepchumba – Microsoft Learn Gold Student Ambassador & Program Coordinator at Andela Bethany is Tech explorer, who enjoys designing digital interfaces, playing with data, building tech communities, and is constantly learning. Her mantra is recreating stories, enhancing experiences! Her aim is to improve experiences whether it is through design or code or leadership. Currently, she is a Program Coordinator at Andela, Microsoft Certified Trainer and a Gold Student Ambassador.