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Rotary Melbourne AI Summit

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Rotary Melbourne & Royal Society of VictoriaΒ 

AI Summit 2024 -Β 'Artificial Intelligence for Good'

DetailsΒ 

12.00 for 12.15 - 2.00pm at Royal Society Victoria, 8 La Trobe StΒ MelbourneΒ - Please note start time and venue

Guest Speakers

Finbar O’Hanlon,Β Consulting Innovator & Entrepreneur,Β 

Dr Dimitrios Salampasis, Director, Master of FinTech, Swinburne University,Β 

Associate Professor Dr Magdalena Simonis AM,Β Clinical Associate Professor, University of Melbourne & Board Director

Aaron Sempf, Next Gen Tech Lead,Β Amazon Web Services,


Join us for our inaugural AI Summit

As technology approaches a critical technological juncture, can Artificial Intelligence offer bold and innovative solutions for productivity and reducing complexity at the same time maintaining our humanity?

Can we employ AI to drive positive change to the world's most urgent problems such as climate change, by predicting and even preventing natural disasters?Β  Or save lives and reduce healthcare disparities in poverty using AI diagnostics in medical contexts, remote patient care and education.Β 

An opportunity toΒ connect with AI expertsΒ andΒ local leadersΒ in the Medical, Education & Technology sector who will discuss critical considerations of deploying enterprise AI solutions for positive change improving efficiency and productivity.Β Β 

Mr Finbar O'Hanlon - Consulting Innovator & Entrepreneur

Finbar O'Hanlon is an inventor, CEO, musician and seasoned entrepreneur, turning ideas into marketable solutions, with a proven track record in taking businesses from concept to IPO. His coaching and facilitation skills empower teams to execute strategic visions and thrive in disruptive environments. With 16 patents in AI, crypto and Audio Visual-related technologies, Finbar’s inventions revolutionize the value that content delivers from application, to content production and distribution. As a certified Chief Innovation Officer and co-founder of APAC Innovation Institute at GInI ATP, Finbar provides Applied Innovation Training experiences for leaders in the Australian Marketplace.

A/Professor Magdalena Simonis AM - Clinical Associate Professor, University of Melbourne & Board Director

Associate Professor Simonis is a leading health expert, keynote speaker, climate change and gender equity advocate and government advisor. She is a Senior Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Melbourne Department of General Practice with Applied Learning Healthcare Systems and implementation insights. A/Professor Simonis established the Medical Women in Technology and Health group, as Past President of Australian Federation of Medical Women and is a founding leader/mentor for the National Women in Digital Health Leadership program, now in its third year. Magdalena also holds board positions on several not-for-profit organisations and is driven by her passion for bridging gaps across the health sector to achieve better outcomes.

Dr Dimitrios Salampasis - FinTech Capability Lead & Senior Lecturer, Emerging Technologies and FinTech Innovation, Swinburne University of Technology

Dr Salampasis is an award-winning global thought leader, educator, researcher, and sought-after keynote speaker, passionate about FinTech innovation and strategy, global affairs and geopolitics, sustainability and emerging technologies nexus. He is a trusted partner to CEOs, C-Level Executives and Board of Directors of leading corporations, start-ups and government officials harnessing the power of emerging technologies to identify solutions that lead global change and impact. Dr Salampasis regularly provides forward-thinking insights and sound contributions to knowledge networks and communities of practice, furnishing strategic guidance by synthesizing analysis and insights from research across various innovation and emerging technological domains.

Mr Aaron Sempf, Next-Gen Tech Lead (Asia-Pacific-Japan), Amazon Web Services

Aaron Sempf has over twenty years experience working in software engineering and distributed systems design, focused on solving for large scale integration and event-driven systems to effectively architect, develop and manage scalable human centric technology solutions. Highly motivated and passionate about technology and innovation, Aaron can be found coding prototypes for autonomous robots, IoT devices, and distributed solutions in his spare time.

JoinΒ us for lunch, be informed and formΒ connections.


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