The Big AI Mixer
AI: there's just so much going on. It seems like there isn't a single industry that isn't a hotbed of startups, innovation and rethinking all the things!
One thing stays the same though: it's the connections you make that will make all the difference.
The Big AI Mixer will be a fun evening of networking and knowledge-sharing and your opportunity to find out who's who in The AI Zoo.
We'll have rapid-fire lightning presentations from startups, researchers and anyone else working in artificial intelligence, generative AI, machine learning. Think of it as a great big get together for the whole family! In fact: if you'd like to share a 90 second lightning talk, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll put you on the program!
You might meet a co-founder, you might meet an investor, you might meet a mentor, or maybe even a friend for life. But you'll definitely walk away with a High Feelgood Factor and a lot of excitement about the amount of innovation happening in artificial intelligence in Sydney at the moment.
Doors open at 6:00pm and we'll kick off proceedings at 6:30pm sharp.
We'll be hearing from:
- Matthew Kwan on Metropolis
- Afonso Firmo on NetNada
- Jeroen Vendrig on ProofTech
- Farid Mirmohseni on Stealth
- Ilonna Babakhanova on Marqo
- Paul Conyngham on HumanCompatible
- Adam Pond on Abyss Solutions
- Sean Marshall on Platformity
- Meead Saberi on Footpath
- Yash Varma on Empress Ventures
- Adam Caines on Upplft
- Omar Najjar on Sortie
- Jan Zheng on Building Data Apps with ChatGPT
- Annie Liao on Aura Ventures
with more still to come!
This event is part of AI&U, a two week exploration of all things artificial intelligence and generative AI, taking place in locations across Sydney's Tech Central and supported by the City of Sydney. AI&U is organised by Spark Festival and upholds the Spark Code of Conduct.
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