Conference to demystify artificial intelligence for businesses
- Data and AI for Business Conference to be held 2-3 August
- Event will explore ways to grow AI industry in Western Australia
- Conference hosted by the WA Data Science Innovation Hub in partnership with Curtin University and the Cook Government
Tickets are now on sale for the 2023 Data and AI for Business Conference & Exhibition, offering a chance to spotlight the critical role of artificial intelligence (AI) and data science in driving business growth and innovation.
Held on 2 and 3 August, the conference provides a platform for attendees to understand, engage with, and leverage the power of AI at a time when the technology is revolutionising businesses across scales and sectors.
Headline speakers, including Professor Toby Walsh, Adam Spencer, and Lily Serna, will share insights into the transformative potential of AI and its practical implications for businesses.
Participants will gain a deeper understanding of AI strategy development, build knowledge on creating AI-enabled workforces, and network with the best minds in the industry.
The conference is hosted by the WA Data Science Innovation Hub (WADSIH), in partnership with the Cook Government and Curtin University and is accessible to everyone – no matter their level of AI knowledge.
There are also measures in place to encourage diversity, including a quiet room for those who need space from the crowds, and the option for attendees to indicate on their name tags whether they feel comfortable networking with people they don't know.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit the WADSIH website.
Comments attributed to Innovation and the Digital Economy Minister Stephen Dawson:
"I encourage the business community to attend the Data and AI for Business Conference, to really understand the opportunities for economic diversification and job creation.
"This new wave of technology is bringing a raft of advancements to Western Australians, and it's critical that businesses aren't left behind.
"The Cook Government is proud to support WADSIH in their work through $2.2 million in funding from the New Industries Fund."
Comments attributed to WADISH Director Alex Jenkins:
"As we approach 2030, Australia's tech sector is projected to support up to 1.2 million jobs.
"The 2023 Data & AI for Business Conference & Exhibition is the stepping-stone for many Western Australian businesses to become a part of this burgeoning sector, contributing to the State's vision of a data-driven, AI-empowered future."