Coaching AI-Powered Knowledge Mining OpenHack

This week I had the privilege to coach for 3 very intense days the AI-Powered Knowledge Mining OpenHack.

Microsoft Open Hack

My feedback is very positive, I had great time with the team and they did amazing cracking the many challenges building solutions on top of Microsoft Azure Search, Cognitive Services, Azure Functions, Microsoft QnA Maker, Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS), Microsoft Form Recognizer, Azure Machine Learning.

What is OpenHack?

Microsoft OpenHack is a developer-focused engagement that connects development teams (Open) with experts to tackle a series of real-world challenges through hands-on experimentation (Hack) in person or online (Virtual).

OpenHack provides a unique and fun upskilling experience for Microsoft employees, customers and partners. Participants work together in teams to complete challenges that increase in complexity and are actively engaged, requiring deep collaboration, as they learn together.

AI-Powered Knowledge Mining OpenHack

AI-Powered Knowledge Mining OpenHack enables developers to add intelligent search capabilities to their applications and services, leveraging artificial intelligence to extract meaningful results from data. Participants will explore ways in which Azure Search can be used as the core of a search solution, and how to enrich search through integration with Cognitive Services, the Language Understanding Intelligence Service, Azure Machine Learning, and custom code.

Prerequisites

To be successful and get the most out of this OpenHack, participants should have existing knowledge of programming languages including C#, JavaScript, Node.JS or Java.

Technologies

Microsoft Azure Search, Cognitive Services, Azure Functions, Microsoft QnA Maker, Language Understanding Intelligent Service (LUIS), Microsoft Form Recognizer, Azure Machine Learning

Learn more:
https://openhack.microsoft.com/#topics

Senior Cloud Solution Architect and Data Scientist @microsoft | PhD Student @unicomplutense (Opinions are my own)

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