Luis Quintanilla

Program Manager, Developer Division

Luis Quintanilla is a program manager based out of the New York City area working on machine learning for .NET. He's passionate about helping others be successful developing machine learning applications.

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Get Started with Milvus Vector DB in .NET

Learn how to get started managing embedding vectors for search and Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG) scenarios using the Milvus vector database with .NET.

Transform your business with smart .NET apps powered by Azure and ChatGPT

Learn how you can build intelligent apps and unleash the full potential of AI in your .NET applications using ChatGPT.

Get started with ChatGPT in .NET

Learn what ChatGPT is and how you can get started using GPT models in conversations with Azure OpenAI service and .NET

Object Detection in ML.NET Model Builder

Object detection using local environments is now available in ML.NET Model Builder to help you solve computer vision problems using machine learning.

Level up your GPT game with prompt engineering

Learn what prompt engineering is and how to use it to improve the quality of your GPT completions.

Get Started with OpenAI Completions with .NET

Learn what completions are and how to use the Azure .NET SDK to generate them using OpenAI.

Get started with OpenAI in .NET

Learn how to get started using OpenAI models like GPT with .NET and the Azure SDK

Generate images with AI using Stable Diffusion, C#, and ONNX Runtime

Stable Diffusion is an AI model used to generate images based on text prompts. Learn about the ONNX Runtime, Stable Diffusion, and how you get get started using AI to generate your own images with your preferred .NET technologies

Sentence Similarity in ML.NET Model Builder

The latest release of ML.NET Model Builder Visual Studio extension brings a new sentence similarity deep learning scenario and improvements to the GPU experience

Accelerate ML.NET training with Intel oneDAL

The first preview release of ML.NET 3.0 brings training hardware acceleration improvements powered by Intel oneDAL.