Artificial Intelligence is now mainstream, fuelling more and more aspects of business and day-to-day life. Beyond the hype, the question often asked is, how can data-driven innovation be brought to life and put into action to resolve problems that government agencies and departments face daily?
What steps are needed to move AI out of the lab and into business operations to realise the desired outcomes? To help many who work in the public sector manage these evolving challenges, SAS is hosting an exclusive event featuring SAS executive vice president, chief operating officer and chief technology officer, Oliver Schabenberger, who will share insights on the forces driving technology forward and the trends that can help organisations remain relevant in a world of constant transformation.
At this exclusive event in Sydney and Melbourne, senior executives and decision makers will have an opportunity to hear from thought leaders as they explore the ethical challenges of AI and look at how government agencies can maximise the opportunities, while minimising risks.
Running in over 50 cities, SAS says the event, Road2AI, will inspire you with what is needed to orchestrate this new age of analytics. It will help the audience discover how their organisation can transform data into actionable insights and business value from a reputable line up of visionary speakers.
The event will explore how to promote collaboration of talent across business, IT and technical roles; scale and automate repeatable processes to keep pace with changing demands through your analytics lifecycle; scale AI projects to enterprise wide-availability leveraging cloud technology whilst considering compliance and ethics; and improve interpretability, trust and governance of data regardless the source.
Speakers at the event include SAS Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Technology Officer, Oliver Schabenberger; Professor of Marketing Director, Centre of Business Analytics, Associate Dean (Academic), Melbourne Business School, Professor Ujwal Kayande; Sr. Director, Customer Advisory SAS Asia Pacific, Deepak Ramanathan; Data, Reporting & Analytics Executive, Telstra, Liz Moore; and Chief Data & Analytics Officer WorkSafe Victoria, Kathryn Gulifa.
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