Data and Analytics Lead
- Understanding the current AI situation and context for Australia
- What are the key AI trends and how are we preparing?
- Considerations for the future including capabilities and technologies
EY Oceania Director, Intelligent Automation and APAC Intelligent Automation Managed Services Leader
EY Oceania Senior Manager
- Examining the role AI and data analysis plays in improving delivery of government services
- Enhancing data across government departments
- Rolling out new and improved services based on quantifiable data and long-range planning
One of Australia's largest law firms shares its journey with building a more sophisticated, predictive lens across their business, particularly as COVID impacted the firm. In a fireside chat, MinterEllison will dive into the challenges of change and transformation, identifying use cases, and managing stakeholder collaboration to implement AI projects successfully.
Analytics & Insights Manager
- What do you recommend as the most critical focus areas to investigate before launching new AI scaling pilot programs?
- What are the best strategies for overcoming bottlenecks to ensure that data is easily accessible?
- What are the critical requirements necessary to understand before attempting to scale AI?
- What are the key challenges organisations face when they begin trying to scale their AI, and how can they overcome these challenges?
Dr Nandita Sharma
Director – Data Science
Australian Taxation Office (ATO)
Chief Data Officer| Executive General Manager
Dr Rose Skandari
Data Science Manager
Dr Artak Amirbekyan
Head of Data, AI & ML
Dr Liming Zhu, Research Director, Software and Computational Systems and Interim Director, Engineering and Design, CSIRO’s Data61, joins us to discuss some of the exciting work CSIRO’s Data61 are doing in AI to enable Australian industry to deliver innovative products and services. Dr Zhu will also discuss operationalising high-level responsible and ethical AI principles in products and how as a by-product of ethical AI some programs are actually generates better functional products and services
Dr Leila Alem
Adjunct Professor – Human-Computer Interaction
University of Technology
Dr Liming Zhu
Research Director, Software and Computational Systems and Interim Director, Engineering and Design
- Showcasing what’s gone wrong with the use of AI and why
- Uncovering the critical challenges of using AI ethically
- Examining the key considerations to use AI responsibly
- Determining why there is a need for a global approach to implementing AI responsibly and looking at the work already underway
- Examining ethical issues as they relate to AI
- Highlighting the responsible stewardship of trustworthy AI
- Understanding the difference between Ethics of AI and Ethical AI
- Developing a strong framework for building Ethical AI
- Discussing AI for Humanity/Good and CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)