In another blog, we discussed, how to train and publish the object detection AI Model. This blog will discuss how to consume that AI model in a real scenario.
For our demo, we will use SharePoint as a source to send the input.
- The first step is for a user to create list item and upload the image to SharePoint
- The next step is Power automate flow will be triggered.
- The next step is to Power automate send the data or file content to AI Model.
- The Next AI model returns the result/output.
- Finally, Power automate update the result in SharePoint List, So that we can verify the data
Step by Step to consume AI model through Power Automate
- Create a SharePoint list with the following fields. These are the objects/data elements that will be collected from the image and AI.
- Create automated cloud flow
- Go to https://make.powerapps.com
- Select the appropriate environment
- Create New Solution (If not exist already)
- Click New to create Cloud Flow
- Source: SharePoint
- Trigger: When an item is created or modified
- Enter the name for the flow
- Add another action to get SharePoint Attachments
- Add action to get SharePoint File Content
- Add action to AI Builder
- Select your Object detection AI model that we trained on our last blog
- Add action to update item in SharePoint
- Source : SharePoint
- Action : Update Item
- Set the Id and Title from the trigger
- Update other fields
- You may noticed another “Apply to each 2” added since we may collect or predict multiple object from the same image
- Test the AI Model
- Go to SharePoint
- Add List item
- Click “Save”
- Test Image
- We should be able to see the result in few minutes at max
- Here is the result
- Confidence level is 78%. We need to train with more images to increase the confidence level.
Thanks for visiting. Happy Learning!