Jakob Ehn

Azure MVP - Doing cloudy DevOps things at Active Solution

Build your own Copilot with Semantic Kernel and Azure OpenAI

With the power of the Large Language Models like GPT 3 & 4, we are seeing new types of applications being built. Using these models in your applications is a great first step, and enables you to implement many cool features with very little coding. But what if we could do more than that? What if we could have AI drive our applications instead, and let it figure out new ways to fulfill the users need without us having to implement all those features?

Enter Semantic Kernel. It is an open-source framework, originally developed by Microsoft, which is at the core of their suite of copilots. It enables developers to combine AI services with conventional programming languages, and to really leverage the power of AI with planners that can on their own figure out wich functionality and APIs to call in order to complete the request of a user.

Join me in this session to learn about Semantic Kernel and how you can use it to build your own company Copilot.

Jakob Ehn

Jakob Ehn works as a Cloud architecture and DevOps specialist at Active Solution. For more than 20 years, has has been building software solutions, educating developers and teams on Microsoft technologies through training, books, and conference talks.

Jakob is a Microsoft Azure MVP (former ALM/DevOps MVP). He is a regular speaker at various conferences and user groups around the world, such as NDC, Techorama, DevSum, CloudBrew, UpdateConf and SweTugg.