Louis Japheth KOUASSI
Member since 2020
Member since 2020
Learn how public sector agencies and academic researchers leverage Google Earth Engine to distill meaningful insights from petabytes of Earth Observation at planetary scale. Google Earth Engine is a fully managed geospatial platform that has enabled research for more than a decade in environmental areas such as forestry, agriculture, water, and sustainability.
Enterprises of all sizes have trouble making their information readily accessible to employees and customers alike. Internal documentation is frequently scattered across wikis, file shares, and databases. Similarly, consumer-facing sites often offer a vast selection of products, services, and information, but customers are frustrated by ineffective site search and navigation capabilities. This course teaches you to use Generative AI App Builder to integrate enterprise-grade generative AI search.
This course introduces Generative AI Studio, a product on Vertex AI, that helps you prototype and customize generative AI models so you can use their capabilities in your applications. In this course, you learn what Generative AI Studio is, its features and options, and how to use it by walking through demos of the product. In the end, you will have a quiz to test your knowledge.
This course teaches you how to create an image captioning model by using deep learning. You learn about the different components of an image captioning model, such as the encoder and decoder, and how to train and evaluate your model. By the end of this course, you will be able to create your own image captioning models and use them to generate captions for images
This course introduces you to the Transformer architecture and the Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) model. You learn about the main components of the Transformer architecture, such as the self-attention mechanism, and how it is used to build the BERT model. You also learn about the different tasks that BERT can be used for, such as text classification, question answering, and natural language inference.This course is estimated to take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
This course gives you a synopsis of the encoder-decoder architecture, which is a powerful and prevalent machine learning architecture for sequence-to-sequence tasks such as machine translation, text summarization, and question answering. You learn about the main components of the encoder-decoder architecture and how to train and serve these models. In the corresponding lab walkthrough, you’ll code in TensorFlow a simple implementation of the encoder-decoder architecture for poetry generation from the beginning.
This course will introduce you to the attention mechanism, a powerful technique that allows neural networks to focus on specific parts of an input sequence. You will learn how attention works, and how it can be used to improve the performance of a variety of machine learning tasks, including machine translation, text summarization, and question answering. This course is estimated to take approximately 45 minutes to complete.
This course introduces diffusion models, a family of machine learning models that recently showed promise in the image generation space. Diffusion models draw inspiration from physics, specifically thermodynamics. Within the last few years, diffusion models became popular in both research and industry. Diffusion models underpin many state-of-the-art image generation models and tools on Google Cloud. This course introduces you to the theory behind diffusion models and how to train and deploy them on Vertex AI.
Duet AI in Workspace is an add-on that provides customers with generative AI features in Google Workspace. In this mini-course, you learn about the key features of Duet AI and how they can be used to improve productivity and efficiency in Google Sheets.
Duet AI in Google Workspace is an add-on that provides users with access to generative AI features. This course delves into the capabilities of Duet AI in Google Docs using video lessons, hands-on activities and practical examples. You learn how to use Duet AI to generate written content based on prompts. You also explore using Duet AI to edit text you’ve already written, helping you improve your overall productivity. By the end of this course, you'll be equipped with the knowledge and skills to confidently utilize Duet AI in Google Docs to improve your writing.
This course builds on some of the concepts covered in the earlier Google Sheets course. In this course, you will learn how to apply and customize themes In Google Sheets, and explore conditional formatting options. You will learn about some of Google Sheets’ advanced formulas and functions. You will explore how to create formulas using functions, and you will also learn how to reference and validate your data in a Google Sheet. Spreadsheets can hold millions of numbers, formulas, and text. Making sense of all of that data can be difficult without a summary or visualization. This course explores the data visualization options in Google Sheets, such as charts and pivot tables. Google Forms are online surveys used to collect data and provide the opportunity for quick data analysis. You will explore how Forms and Sheets work together by connecting collected Form data to a spreadsheet, or by creating a Form from an existing spreadsheet.
In this course, we introduce you to Google Chat, Google’s chat software included with Google Workspace. You will learn about messaging individuals and groups in Google Chat. You will also discover customization options, collaboration features and how Google Chat integrates with other Google Workspace products. We will explore the use of spaces in Google Chat, showing you how to create, manage, search, and join them. Additionally, you will understand the distinctions between using a space and a group chat. You also explore Google Chat apps and learn how to search for and use apps within Google Chat. Aside from course videos, you will complete hands-on activities to practice what you’ve learned. Consider inviting a colleague or two to interact with you in Google Chat as you complete the activities.
In this course, we introduce you to Google Meet, Google’s video conference software included with Google Workspace. You learn how to create and manage video conference meetings using Google Meet. You explore different ways to open Google Meet and add people to a video conference. You also learn how to join meetings from different sources like calendar events or meeting links. We discuss how Google Meet can help you better communicate, exchange ideas, and share resources with your team wherever they are. You learn how to customize the Google Meet environment to fit your needs and how to effectively use chat messages during a video conference. You also explore different ways to share resources, such as by using calendar invites or attachments. You learn about using host controls in Google Meet to manage participants and utilize interactive moderation features. You also learn how to record and live stream video conferences.
With Google Slides, you can create and present professional presentations for sales, projects, training modules, and much more. Google Slides presentations are stored safely in the cloud. You build presentations right in your web browser—no special software is required. Even better, multiple people can work on your slides at the same time, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is automatically saved. You will learn how to open Google Slides, create a blank presentation, and create a presentation from a template. You will explore themes, layout options, and how to add and format content, and speaker notes in your presentations. You will learn how to enhance your slides by adding tables, images, charts, and more. You will also learn how to use slide transitions and object animations in your presentation for visual effects. We will discuss how to organize slides and explore some of the options, including duplicating and ordering your slides, importi…
In this course we will introduce you to Google Sheets, Google’s cloud-based spreadsheet software, included with Google Workspace. With Google Sheets, you can create and edit spreadsheets directly in your web browser—no special software is required. Multiple people can work simultaneously, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is saved automatically. You will learn how to open Google Sheets, create a blank spreadsheet, and create a spreadsheet from a template. You will add, import, sort, filter and format your data using Google Sheets and learn how to work across different file types. Formulas and functions allow you to make quick calculations and better use your data. We will look at creating a basic formula, using functions, and referencing data. You will also learn how to add a chart to your spreadsheet. Google Sheets spreadsheets are easy to share. We will look at the different ways you can share with others. We will also discuss how to track changes…
With Google Docs, your documents are stored in the cloud, and you can access them from any computer or device. You create and edit documents right in your web browser; no special software is required. Even better, multiple people can work at the same time, you can see people’s changes as they make them, and every change is saved automatically. In this course, you will learn how to open Google Docs, create and format a new document, and apply a template to a new document. You will learn how to enhance your documents using a table of contents, headers and footers, tables, drawings, images, and more. You will learn how to share your documents with others. We will discuss your sharing options and examine collaborator roles and permissions. You will learn how to manage versions of your documents. Google Docs allows you to work in real time with others on the same document. You will learn how to create and manage comments and action items in your documents. We will review a fe…
Google Drive is Google’s cloud-based file storage service. Google Drive lets you keep all your work in one place, view different file formats without the need for additional software, and access your files from any device. In this course, you will learn how to navigate your Google Drive. You will learn how to upload files and folders and how to work across file types. You will also learn how you can easily view, arrange, organize, modify, and remove files in Google Drive. Google Drive includes shared drives. You can use shared drives to store, search, and access files with a team. You will learn how to create a new shared drive, add and manage members, and manage the shared drive content. Google Workspace is synonymous with collaboration and sharing. You will explore the sharing options available to you in Google Drive, and you will learn about the various collaborator roles and permissions that can be assigned. You’ll also explore ways to ensure consistency and save time…
With Google Calendar, you can quickly schedule meetings and events and create tasks, so you always know what’s next. Google Calendar is designed for teams, so it’s easy to share your schedule with others and create multiple calendars that you and your team can use together. In this course, you’ll learn how to create and manage Google Calendar events. You will learn how to update an existing event, delete and restore events, and search your calendar. You will understand when to apply different event types such as tasks and appointment slots. You will explore the Google Calendar settings that are available for you to customize Google Calendar to suit your way of working. During the course you will learn how to create additional calendars, share your calendars with others, and access other calendars in your organization.
Gmail is Google’s cloud based email service that allows you to access your messages from any computer or device with just a web browser. In this course, you’ll learn how to compose, send and reply to messages. You will also explore some of the common actions that can be applied to a Gmail message, and learn how to organize your mail using Gmail labels. You will explore some common Gmail settings and features. For example, you will learn how to manage your own personal contacts and groups, customize your Gmail Inbox to suit your way of working, and create your own email signatures and templates. Google is famous for search. Gmail also includes powerful search and filtering. You will explore Gmail’s advanced search and learn how to filter messages automatically.
Learn the technical aspects you need to know about Chronicle and how it can help you detect and action threats.
As the use of enterprise Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning continues to grow, so too does the importance of building it responsibly. A challenge for many is that talking about responsible AI can be easier than putting it into practice. If you’re interested in learning how to operationalize responsible AI in your organization, this course is for you. In this course, you will learn how Google Cloud does this today, together with best practices and lessons learned, to serve as a framework for you to build your own responsible AI approach.
Earn a skill badge by completing the Introduction to Generative AI, Introduction to Large Language Models and Introduction to Responsible AI courses. By passing the final quiz, you'll demonstrate your understanding of foundational concepts in generative AI. A skill badge is a digital badge issued by Google Cloud in recognition of your knowledge of Google Cloud products and services. Share your skill badge by making your profile public and adding it to your social media profile.
This is an introductory-level microlearning course aimed at explaining what responsible AI is, why it's important, and how Google implements responsible AI in their products. It also introduces Google's 7 AI principles.
This is an introductory level micro-learning course that explores what large language models (LLM) are, the use cases where they can be utilized, and how you can use prompt tuning to enhance LLM performance. It also covers Google tools to help you develop your own Gen AI apps.
This is an introductory level microlearning course aimed at explaining what Generative AI is, how it is used, and how it differs from traditional machine learning methods. It also covers Google Tools to help you develop your own Gen AI apps.
Organizations of all sizes are embracing the power and flexibility of the cloud to transform how they operate. However, managing and scaling cloud resources effectively can be a complex task. Scaling with Google Cloud Operations explores the fundamental concepts of modern operations, reliability, and resilience in the cloud, and how Google Cloud can help support these efforts. Part of the Cloud Digital Leader learning path, this course aims to help individuals grow in their role and build the future of their business.
Many traditional enterprises use legacy systems and applications that can't stay up-to-date with modern customer expectations. Business leaders often have to choose between maintaining their aging IT systems or investing in new products and services. 'Modernize Infrastructure and Applications with Google Cloud' explores these challenges and offers solutions to overcome them by using cloud technology. Part of the Cloud Digital Leader learning path, this course aims to help individuals grow in their role and build the future of their business.
Cloud technology can bring great value to an organization, and combining the power of cloud technology with data has the potential to unlock even more value and create new customer experiences. “Exploring Data Transformation with Google Cloud” explores the value data can bring to an organization and ways Google Cloud can make data useful and accessible. Part of the Cloud Digital Leader learning path, this course aims to help individuals grow in their role and build the future of their business.
There's much excitement about cloud technology and digital transformation, but often many unanswered questions. For example: What is cloud technology? What does digital transformation mean? How can cloud technology help your organization? Where do you even begin? If you've asked yourself any of these questions, you're in the right place. This course provides an overview of the types of opportunities and challenges that companies often encounter in their digital transformation journey. If you want to learn about cloud technology so you can excel in your role and help build the future of your business, then this introductory course on digital transformation is for you. This course is part of the Cloud Digital Leader learning path.
Duet AI in Workspace is an add-on that provides customers with generative AI features in Google Workspace. In this mini-course, you learn about the key features of Duet AI and how they can be used to improve productivity and efficiency in Gmail.
Duet AI in Google Workspace is an add-on that provides customers with generative AI features in Google Workspace. In this learning path, you learn about the key features of Duet AI and how they can be used to improve productivity and efficiency in Google Workspace.
If you are a novice cloud developer looking for hands-on practice beyond Google Cloud Essentials, this quest is for you. You will get practical experience through labs that dive into Cloud Storage and other key application services like Stackdriver and Cloud Functions. By taking this quest, you will develop valuable skills that are applicable to any Google Cloud initiative. 1-minute videos walk you through key concepts for these labs.
The Google Cloud Platform provides many different frameworks and options to fit your application’s needs. In this introductory-level quest, you will get plenty of hands-on practice deploying sample applications on Google App Engine. You will also dive into other web application frameworks like Firebase, Wordpress, and Node.js and see firsthand how they can be integrated with Google Cloud.
Kubernetes is the most popular container orchestration system, and Google Kubernetes Engine was designed specifically to support managed Kubernetes deployments in Google Cloud. In this advanced-level quest, you will get hands-on practice configuring Docker images, containers, and deploying fully-fledged Kubernetes Engine applications. This quest will teach you the practical skills needed for integrating container orchestration into your own workflow. Looking for a hands-on challenge lab to demonstrate your skills and validate your knowledge? On completing this quest, finish the additional Challenge Lab at the end of the Deploy to Kubernetes in Google Cloud Quest to receive an exclusive Google Cloud digital badge.
In this introductory-level Quest, you will get hands-on practice with the Google Cloud’s fundamental tools and services. Google Cloud Essentials is the recommended first Quest for the Google Cloud learner - you will come in with little or no prior cloud knowledge, and come out with practical experience that you can apply to your first Google Cloud project. From writing Cloud Shell commands and deploying your first virtual machine, to running applications on Kubernetes Engine or with load balancing, Google Cloud Essentials is a prime introduction to the platform’s basic features. 1-minute videos walk you through key concepts for each lab.