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How to use plugins with Semantic Kernel

(image) Have you wondered how you can use plugins with Semantic Kernel? Or maybe you want to use plugins for your own co-pilot chat app just like our sample app? Well, I have answers for you. I will guide you an example that uses Semantic Kernel with a GitHub Open API plug-in to build a console chat experience using action planner and a ...

How to deploy Semantic Kernel to Azure as a web application service

(image) We have heard feedback from our community about having the ability to deploy Semantic Kernel to Azure. We have listened and want to share how you can deploy Semantic Kernel to your Azure Subscription as a web application service. Deploying to Azure provides a great pathway for developers to take advantage of Azure compute and ...

Plugging into Jira from Semantic Kernel

(image) Have you ever wished you could access Jira data and functionality from within your chat conversations? Do you want to make your chat interactions more productive, collaborative, and intelligent? If so, you will love the new Jira connector feature in Copilot chat starter app. In this blog post, we will show you how you can use Jira ...

Join Semantic Kernel at BUILD 2023: Two sessions you don’t want to miss!

We are thrilled to announce that Semantic Kernel will be part of the Microsoft BUILD 2023 conference, taking place from May 23rd to May 25th. We will be presenting at BUILD, where you can learn more about how Semantic Kernel can help you increase productivity of yourself and your team. Whether you are attending the conference in person or ...

Announcing Chat Copilot

(image) Semantic Kernel Chat Copilot   We're excited to introduce Semantic Kernel's Chat Copilot sample app! With this app, developers can easily build their own chatbot using advanced features such as natural language processing, speech recognition, and file uploading. By leveraging LLM-based AI, you can make the chat smarter with ...

Semantic Kernel + Qdrant = Persistent Memories Powered By Open Source

(image) (image) Interview with Qdrant CEO and co-founder Andre Zayarni Semantic Kernel now works seamlessly with the open-source vector database Qdrant — just launch an instance of Qdrant on Azure with one click and you're good to go. You can learn more about Qdrant's history in this interview with the CEO and co-founder, Andre Zayarni...

The Power of Persistent Memory with Semantic Kernel and Qdrant Vector Database

(image) A key component of leveraging machine learning large languages models (LLM) for natural language processing (NLP) in applications for chat search like ChatGPT, ranking and recommendation engines, anomaly detection, and semantic search is the ability to leverage massive amounts of unstructured data for search. But where would we ...

Money Talks: Chatting With Your Favorite 10-K

(image) Adam Hurwitz recently shared a popular blog post about using Semantic Kernel to chat with the Microsoft 10-K, which can be extended to any other 10-K document that you like. As a seasoned pro in the space of Financial Services applications, Adam's hands-on experience with LLM AI is indicative of how each industry vertical is on the...

Semantic Kernel Now Available In Python Flavor

Just a few weeks ago we came out with Semantic Kernel in C# and with an experimental branch for Python. Today we're happy to announce that based upon community feedback, we have an official Python release now available on GitHub. You know what that means ... and you're good to go! 🎉🎉🎉 Why Release Semantic Kernel In Python? Python...