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    Artificial Intelligence - prospects, entrepreneurs and ethics

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    Join us for an exciting panel discussion on Artificial Intelligence, to discuss the current ethics and standards and future directions.

    Conversation at the Crossroads hosts this engaging hybrid event. We will share in a light dinner and drinks, and then interview 4 panelists at the forefront of technology, application, philosophy and training.

    Themes:

    - Diving into how Artificial Intelligence is transforming the way we work

    - Looking at the history of large-scale technology shifts and the coming Artificial Intelligence revolution

    - Exploring the most pressing ethical concerns surrounding Artificial Intelligence and how to address them

    - Discussing the most promising potential benefits of Artificial Intelligence and making them a reality

    Target audience: Young people, students, graduates, young professionals, people considering career transition, startup founders etc.

    With dual delivery: Hybrid via Zoom using C@C AV

    Date and time: 17 April 2024, 6:30pm- 8:30pm

    Venue: Drill Hall, 26 Therry Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

    Entry fee: $20 full price, $10 discounted price, $5 online

    Catering: Pizza, soft drinks, juice, water (included)

    Agenda:

    6:30pm Networking with food and drink

    7:00pm Individual panellist interview questions, 15 minutes each

    8:00pm Q&A and panel discussion

    8:30pm close formal proceedings, informal discussion.

    MC: Susan Lengyel, Secretary, Conversation at the Crossroads

    Panelist Facilitator: Elaine Young, Committee Member, Conversation at the Crossroads and AI Explorer

    Panelists:

    - Ruth Lewis, Standards Committee Chair, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE Standards Association)

    - Dr Jacinthe Flore, Lecturer in History & Philosophy of Science, Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne – Science and Technology Studies scholar

    - Scott Wilson, Co-founder/CEO of WilsonAI, Amplifir; active member of the University of Newcastle’s Vice Chancellor’s Generative AI Task Force, advising on the ethical integration of AI in education

    - Dr Lukas Wesemann, Research Fellow Physics at University of Melbourne, Innovation Management at TMOS, Co-founder of MLAI Aus, Organiser of AI Hackathon


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