More than one third of organisations worldwide have already incorporated AI into processes and services. The opportunities for transforming industries, while augmenting human ability is profound. Australian and Israeli leaders and global experts will discuss the most significant shifts underway that will impact in the decade ahead.
Dr. Oliver Salvado, Head of Imaging & Computer Vision; Lead AI Missions, Data 61, CSIRO
Dr. Sue Keay, Chief Executive Officer Queensland AI Hub and Chair of Robotics Australia
Dr. Orna Berry, Head of National Program for Quantum Science and Technology and Committee for AI, Israel; former Chief Scientist of Israel
Sagi Davidovich, Co-Founder & CEO, SparkBeyond
Lee Hickin, Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Australia, Moderator
17:00 - 18:00 Creating industries of the future - building world-class innovation precincts
Australia is focusing increasingly on the development of key innovation precincts to support strong R&D commercialisation; attract globally significant firms; create new businesses and jobs whilst attracting investment and supporting significant macro-economic benefit. This session will consider instructive lessons from the Israeli experience in building globally-renowned innovation centres of excellence.
Elizabeth Mildwater, Chief Executive Officer, Greater Sydney Commission
David Thodey AO, Former Chair CSIRO; Chair Tech Central Advisory Group, Tyro Payments, Xero
Alexander Danne, Partner, Energy + Infrastructure, Gilbert + Tobin
Prof. Eyal Zimlichman, Deputy Director, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Innovation Officer, Sheba Medical Centre
Roni Zehavi, Co-founder and CEO of CyberSpark; Co-founder and former Global President, Global EPIC
Deena Shiff, Chair, Australian Broadband Advisory Council; Director, Infrastructure Australia; Non-Executive Director, Appen; Pro Medicus, Moderator