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What is Semantic Kernel (SK)?

Semantic Kernel is a lightweight SDK that allows developers to integrate AI capabilities into their applications using conventional programming languages like C# and Python. The blog features articles, tutorials, and updates on the latest developments and tools related to Semantic Kernel, such as the release of SK Tools, a user-friendly extension for Visual Studio Code that simplifies the development of AI skills.

 


 

⚡Top 5 Semantic Kernel Features:

  1. Dependency Injection: Semantic Kernel fully supports dependency injection, allowing objects to receive other objects they require rather than creating them internally. This leads to greater separation of concerns and classes loosely coupled to the objects they depend on, resulting in easier software to test and maintain.
  2. Image-to-Text Modality Service Abstraction: This new feature improves AI capabilities by abstracting image-to-text modality services. A new HuggingFace Service implementation uses this capability.
  3. Skills: Developers can build semantic or native code skills within Semantic Kernel, designed to be lightweight, extensible, and work seamlessly with memories and connectors.
  4. Model Support: Supports models from OpenAI, including the newly released GPT-4, and Azure OpenAI Service, with plans to add more model support.
  5. Planner: The Planner facilitates complex tasks by taking a user’s “ask” and translating it into the Skills, Memories, and Connectors needed to achieve their goal.

 


 

⚡Top 5 Semantic Kernel Use Cases:

  1. AI-first App Development: Developers can build AI-first apps faster by design, offering a front-row peek at how the SDK is being built.
  2. Natural Language Processing: Semantic Kernel supports the integration of external data sources and services, allowing apps to use natural language processing.
  3. Chatbot Development: Templated prompts and planning capabilities enable the development of chatbots and other conversational AI applications.
  4. Code Generation and Transformation: The Semantic Kernel can generate and transform code, providing a powerful tool for developers.
  5. Question-Answering: Develop question-answering systems, allowing users to interact with AI more naturally and intuitively.
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