Making sense of too much data: Is AI the solution?

Thursday, 30 November 2017, 07:30 am — Thursday, 30 November 2017, 08:45 am



Artificial intelligence is poised to transform businesses across a wide variety of sectors - and probably more than you think. The applications of AI can range from discovering trends in data to mitigating market risks, enhancing customer service and analysing trillions of documents across a company’s servers to find compliance failures. An increase in innovation minimises redundant costs and potentially generates new revenue streams and profit.  During a panel discussion panellists will discuss which industries will benefit the most from the adoption and application of AI, and why entrepreneurs and consumers alike stand to benefit significantly from the technology.  Our readiness and enthusiasm for AI varies, raising serious questions about how businesses can best adopt AI and get the most business value from it.

Join us at our industry discussion breakfast series where our panellists will discuss:

  • How will artificial intelligence drive innovation?
  • How will artificial intelligence drive faster and better business decision making?
  • Are managers on the same page when it comes to AI?
  • What part will people play in this process?

Light breakfast included. All profits go into a student scholarship fund.

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Speakers

Scott Rigby

Scott is Head of Digital Transformation at Adobe. He provides strategic advice to C-level executives in the areas of digital transformation, strategy, marketing, customer insights, and cloud computing and operational readiness. This is to a wide range of customers (>200 in APAC) and a diverse range of industries from finance through to retail, media, telecommunications, automotive and high-tech. He regularly presents at both events and to organisations on over the horizon thinking on the future disruption of new technologies (AI, robotics, IOT, Blockchain, etc.) and the impacts on businesses, their culture, their customers and the world of work for their employees.

Dr Chelsea Wise

Chelsea is Head of Forward Deployed Data Science at Hyper Anna, one of the fastest growing startups in the AI and data science space. With over 12 years of experience helping blue chip clients use data and analytics, a PhD in Marketing and an award winning lecturer, Chelsea recently played a significant role leading the delivery of Quantium CheckOut®, a SaaS product developed to provide a rich understanding of shopper behaviour for Australia's largest supermarket Woolworths. Passionate about working across technical and non-technical teams and coaching data scientists wanting a commercial edge, Chelsea has worked across Consulting, Retail, FMCG, Media and Research industries.