AI Builder Workshop
Audience:Power User, Developer, IT Pro
About this course
In this workshop we will show you how to build a model and implement it in apps and flows.
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There are currently no dates scheduled for this course, but all of our courses can be delivered privately at a site of your choice.
Our private on-site / online training can provide your business with the following benefits:
- Substantial savings on travel and expense costs
- Group learning – ensuring a consistent transfer of knowledge
- Open discussions focused on specific business requirements
- Ability to ‘cherry pick’ modules and tailor course content to your specific needs.
- Multiple delivery and set-up methods
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When designing solutions in the Microsoft cloud there may be a requirement to work with data that varies from one item to the next. For example, a series of photos where you are required to identify how many specific product brands appear in each image. Now we could have someone manually check that, however AI Builder is a service that allows you to train a model to identify key information.
This is not just for photos. Imagine you were at an event, and you needed to have a quick way to take down business card details and add them to a list. Most would either photograph the business card, but then you need to extract the data manually, or others might create a new contact there and then, taking a minute or two to create the data. An AI model can allow you to capture the business card using a Power App and then send the data to a Dataverse table or perhaps a SharePoint list via a Power Automate workflow.
It's thoroughly exciting and quite easy to get into. In this workshop we will show you how to build a model and implement it in apps and flows. For all the topics that are covered in this workshop, please review the list below:
- Understanding what AI Builder can do
- Create an AI model
- Training a model
- Implementing a model
- Using models with Power Apps
- Using models with Power Automate