Low code AI with Power Apps and Power Automate

Low-code and no-code software development platforms were developed to enable so-called citizen makers (also known as power users and non-professional programmers) to create professional applications. But historically, such efforts often stalled without the participation of programmers and database administrators.

Microsoft has been banging away at this problem for decades, going back to Excel. After focusing on AI and machine learning capabilities in Microsoft Azure for the past couple of years, the company is now adding generative AI to the mix, thanks to a large investment in OpenAI that has made ChatGPT/GPT-4 available to Azure users.

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