Rafael Vasquez

Rafael Vasquez

Software Developer at IBM

    Rafael Vasquez is a software developer on the Open Technology team at IBM. He previously completed an MASc. working on self-driving car research and transitioned from a data scientist role in the retail field to his current role where he continues to grow his passion for MLOps and open source. Most recently he has been dedicated to open source projects such as KServe ModelMesh.

    All Sessions by Rafael Vasquez

    Day 1 04/23/2024
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Build AI Assistants with Large Language Models

    <span class="etn-schedule-location"> <span class="firstfocus">NLP</span>

    Over the past year, there has been a surge in the popularity of Large Language Models (LLMs). However, how can we effectively leverage LLMs to augment our businesses? One example would be the integration of LLMs into existing business frameworks through the deployment of AI Assistants. These assistants serve as invaluable tools in addressing customer inquiries and minimizing the demand for technical support within organizations. In this session, we will dive into the practicalities of utilizing LLM-powered AI Assistants and seamlessly integrating them into established systems. This workshop provides an easy-to-follow guide on how to use LLMs, configure the settings for your first AI Assistant with LLMs, and seamlessly integrate AI Assistant into an established system. Session Outline: 1. Learn about LLM basic We will be using LLMs hosting on IBM Digital Self-Serve Co-Create Experience (DSCE), but you can also use models that are hosted on other platforms such as Huggingface. 2. Configure the settings for your first AI Assistant with LLMs Learn the basics of watsonx Assistant and create the first AI conversation with LLMs. Then apply this chatbot to an established system. Background Knowledge: The attendees will learn about the concept of building a chatbot, create AI conversation, and integrate it into production.

    Day 1 04/23/2024
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Build AI Assistants with Large Language Models

    <span class="etn-schedule-location"> <span class="firstfocus">NLP</span> </span>

    Over the past year, there has been a surge in the popularity of Large Language Models (LLMs). However, how can we effectively leverage LLMs to augment our businesses? One example would be the integration of LLMs into existing business frameworks through the deployment of AI Assistants. These assistants serve as invaluable tools in addressing customer inquiries and minimizing the demand for technical support within organizations. In this session, we will dive into the practicalities of utilizing LLM-powered AI Assistants and seamlessly integrating them into established systems. This workshop provides an easy-to-follow guide on how to use LLMs, configure the settings for your first AI Assistant with LLMs, and seamlessly integrate AI Assistant into an established system. Session Outline: 1. Learn about LLM basic We will be using LLMs hosting on IBM Digital Self-Serve Co-Create Experience (DSCE), but you can also use models that are hosted on other platforms such as Huggingface. 2. Configure the settings for your first AI Assistant with LLMs Learn the basics of watsonx Assistant and create the first AI conversation with LLMs. Then apply this chatbot to an established system. Background Knowledge: The attendees will learn about the concept of building a chatbot, create AI conversation, and integrate it into production.

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