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December LLM, Data & APIs @ Isolutions

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December LLM, Data & APIs @ Isolutions


December .NET Zurich meetup @ Isolutions

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In collaboration with the .NET Usergroup Zentralschweiz and the .NET Usergroup Bern we are proud to host Christian Weyer who will be doing a mini-tour through Luzern, Bern, and Zurich.
This event will happen at Isolutions, The Circle

Large Language Models, Data & APIs: Integrating Generative AI Power into your solutions - with Python & .NET
Let's look beyond the ChatGPT hype! In this session, Christian delves into the world of Large Language Models (LLMs), data, and APIs, focusing on how you can meaningfully integrate AI functionality into your applications. We will explore pragmatic scenarios and use cases that demonstrate the potential of LLMs (such as GPT or Llama) and discuss how AI techniques can be incorporated into existing architectures. Participants will gain initial insights into LangChain as a Python toolkit and Semantic Kernel as a .NET-based SDK. Additionally, we will address the consideration of not only using closed-source systems (like OpenAI) but also taking open-source options into account to meet diverse requirements. Come in and find out!

Christian Weyer
Christian Weyer is co-founder and CTO of Thinktecture AG. As a Microsoft MVP, RD and Google GDE, he has been speaking at a wide variety of software conferences and events worldwide for more than 25 years - with passion and commitment, especially for distributed application architectures and cross-platform solutions. A deeply technical as well as realistic assessment of technologies is one of his trademarks. e diverse organizational needs. Come in and find out!.

The event is held in English.

The event will start at 05:30 PM, with some time for networking, and the first session starting at 6:00 PM.

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