Warmup Event #2:
The growing impact of AI on business.  

Thursday August 23, 5.30pm to 7.30pm
We are quick to talk about Artificial Intelligence - how it will improve our lives; how it will redefine the way we do business or how superintelligent machines will destroy us all in an attempt to collect paper clips!

But how do we define AI? What does the spectrum of intelligence contain and what is possible in business today, vs the stuff of science fiction?

Join us to explore how organisations are deploying AI strategies, whether they are centred around new projects, organisational efficiencies or for an improved customer experience. Plus learn how to drive around the biggest obstacles of implementation and the easiest starting points.

We also promise to dive into common threads around how AI is going to impact our jobs and who should be held responsible if it all goes out of control!   
Event at a glance.
When: Thursday August 23, 5.30pm to 7.30pm (Registration, drinks + nibbles from 5.30pm. Session starts at 6pm)

Where: Level 2, The Capital, 155 Queen Street, Brisbane

Our Panel.
Cat Matson
Chief Digital Officer
City of Brisbane

Cat Matson is the Chief Digital Officer (CDO) for the City of Brisbane and is charged with the digital transformation of the city. As an experienced digital and start-up strategist and respected business leader, Cat drives the Digital Brisbane strategy.

Cat is a passionate advocate for human-centric ‘smart cities’, recognising that digital is an enabler, not an outcome in its own right. She is a regular panellist and moderator for key industry events, talking on everything from digital to small business to the problem with smart cities. Cat endeavours to discern trend from fad in the digital space and determine how businesses can leverage new technologies to reach their full potential.
Michael Milford
Chief Investigator
Australian Centre for Robotic Vision

Professor Milford conducts interdisciplinary research at the boundary between robotics, neuroscience and computer vision and is a multi‐award winning educational entrepreneur. His research models the neural mechanisms in the brain underlying tasks like navigation and perception to develop new technologies in challenging application domains such as all‐weather, anytime positioning for autonomous vehicles. He currently holds the position of Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, as well as Australian Research Council Future Fellow, Microsoft Research Faculty Fellow and Chief Investigator at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision.
Margarita Camus
Digital Innovation Lead
Urban Utilities

Margarita is currently responsible for managing and leading the customer digital strategy and digital innovation portfolio for Urban Utilities, one of Australia's largest water companies.

Margarita’s experience extends across all things digital; from leading the social media strategy for an Australian-first social behaviour change program, to developing the digital and social strategy to launch UNQILO, one of the largest international fashion brands, in Australia. Her work has been recognised and highlighted at The Webby’s as an honouree, as well as multiple other industry awards including BADC, iAwards and AIMIA. 
Rimon Rony
Chief AI Data Scientist
LGSherlock +
Founder, Bluebeak.ai

Rimon is a new member of the LGSherlock Data Science Team (at LGAQ). As the Chief AI Data Scientist, Rimon is responsible for leading, designing and supporting Sherlock’s 'AI Data Products'. Sherlock is the world’s first data storage and AI/ML tool, which is being introduced across an entire tier of local government.

Rimon is also the Founder & Chief AI Engineer Bluebeak is an AI platform that empowers decision makers with real-time, actionable insights. We provide Demand Data and Market Insights & Risk as a service.
About Something Digital.
This event is just a warm up! Wait til you see the main act in November.

Something Digital celebrates Brisbane’s digital ecosystem and the incredible people that power it.

Designed as a festival, its aim is to showcase the great innovations, businesses and initiatives which are based right here in our backyard and across Australia. 

The event will bring together participants from all corners of the digital economy including startups, small business and established organisations ... specifically in digital roles which foster thought leadership, tech and marketing.

Run as a one day event in 2018, the day will feature:

>> Multiple International keynote speakers
>> 2 stages of mind blowing sessions
>> A digital showcase and demo lounge
>> Plenty of opportunities to play and collaborate
>> A digital hangover to remember
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