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Microsoft releases Semantic Kernel, a lightweight SDK for integrating AI capabilities into apps

Microsoft has released an open-source framework, Semantic Kernel (SK), designed to quickly integrate Large Language Model (LLM) AI "prompts" into applications, without needing to train or fine-tune a model from scratch. SK lets developers mix conventional programming languages with the latest in LLM AI "prompts" with prompt templating, chaining, and planning capabilities. SK supports models from OpenAI, including the newly released GPT-4, and Azure OpenAI Service. It is lightweight and extensible, allowing developers to connect with external data sources and services, and can be embedded in any kind of application. SK is available on GitHub with examples to get started quickly. LinkedIn Learning also offers a free course on Semantic Kernel. Source

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