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Use Semantic Kernel to create a Restaurant Bookings Sample with Python

Hi all, We’re looking forward to highlight a Python sample today focused on a Restaurant Bookings sample here. Booking Restaurant - Demo Application This sample provides a practical demonstration of how to leverage features from the Semantic Kernel to build a console application. Specifically, the application ...

Customer Case Study: Fujitsu Composite AI and Semantic Kernel

Japanese multinational Fujitsu, a pioneer of information and communications technology, has been transforming industries with innovative solutions since 1935. With a workforce of 124,000 dedicated professionals across 50 countries, Fujitsu is committed to building trust and fostering sustainability through its groundbreaking technologies. A...

Use Semantic Kernel to create a Restaurant Bookings Sample with .NET

Hi all, With Microsoft Build approaching, we wanted to share some walk throughs and samples of Semantic Kernel. Today we're going to dive into a Restaurant booking sample to showcase multiple features of Semantic Kernel. This sample provides a practical demonstration of how to leverage features from the Semantic Kernel to ...

Use Semantic Kernel to create a Restaurant Bookings Sample with Java

We’re looking forward to highlight a Java sample today focused on a Restaurant Bookings sample here. Booking Restaurant – Demo Application This sample provides a practical demonstration of how to leverage features from the Semantic Kernel to build a console application. Specifically, the application utilizes the ...

Using Semantic Kernel to create a Time Plugin with .NET

Plugins are one of the most powerful features of Semantic Kernel and in this demo we show how you can easily use Plugins with the power of Auto Function Calling from AI Models.   A Glimpse into the Demonstration  Time Information Plugin  In the demo we implement a simple class TimeInformantionPlugin with one function to retrieve the UTC...

Making AI powered .NET apps more consistent and intelligent with Redis

Hi everyone!  Today we’re featuring a guest author from another team in Microsoft on our Semantic Kernel blog. Today’s topic will cover how to use Azure Cache for Redis, which is an in-memory datastore that allows you to further expand the performance and scalability of your applications that are using AzureOpenAI. We will turn it over...