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The A to Z of Prompt Engineering - Common Prompt Engineering Techniques

16 April, 2024 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC) Coordinated Universal Time

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Topic: AI

Language: English

About this series:
This series will cover the art of engineering prompts to enable users to use Azure Open AI Large Language Models to their maximum capabilities. The series consists of 3 sessions covering the basics of prompt engineering all the way to advanced prompt engineering techniques

Who is it aimed at?
If you're looking to start developing solutions using LLMs, or if you have been using LLMs for a while and are looking to maximize your LLMs capabilities, this series is for you.

Why should I attend:
The concept of AI-powered copilots is becoming a reality, and we're diving into a world where there will be a copilot for everything. As we sail down this path, more and more companies and brands exploring how to setup their own internal and customer facing copilots. With that said, this series will help you understand the art of the possible with LLMs using prompt engineering, which will be critical for when you are building copilots for your company or yourself.

Learn more and improve your skills with prompt engineering with these two modules below:
https://aka.ms/ApplyPromptEngineering1
https://aka.ms/DevelopGenAISolutions1

About this session:
In this session, we will dive into common prompt engineering techniques that are used today based on the latest research. These techniques will enable users to get more accurate responses from LLMs and experiment with different approaches to achieve desired outcomes

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