Electrical and Computer Engineering Student | Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador
Hello, I’m Foteini
Welcome to my website!
I am an undergraduate Electrical and Computer Engineering student at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and I love writing code and creating beautiful things. I am interested in software engineering, AI and especially in applications of technology in healthcare and education. My goal is to use technology to promote accessibility, digital and social inclusion.
When I am not coding, you can find me drawing or reading my favorite books.
Why I created this site
I decided to create this blog to share technology- and code-related articles and tutorial on things I am working with. My goal is to find new ways to make learning to code fun for everyone!
A few recent posts:
- Build an AI-powered “green” app with Azure Custom Vision
- Build a flower classification model with Azure Custom Vision
- Digitize your notes with the Azure Computer Vision READ API
- Analyze images with Azure Computer Vision
- Using scenarios and language understanding in Azure Health Bot
Selected previous talks
- Computer Vision made easy with Azure Custom Vision – Global AI Student Conference (October 2021)
- Build an AI-powered “green” app with Azure Custom Vision – 29th AzureHeads meetup
- Adding scenarios to an Azure Health Bot – Microsoft LearnTV
- Create no-code Machine Learning models with Azure Machine Learning – Electrical and Computer Engineering Student’s Conference of Greece (ECESCON 12)
- Create no-code ML Models with Azure Machine Learning and Microsoft Learn – Global AI Student Conference (April 2021)
- Azure SQL Database: Use Python to manipulate data – Global Azure Greece 2021
- Create your first virtual health assistant with Azure Health Bot – Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors
- Automate your Cloud with Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft Learn – Microsoft LearnTV
- Take your first steps with Python (2-part workshop) – Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors
- Let’s make a game with Python and micro:bit – Europe Code Week 2020