Invitation – ISW & Hydro Tasmania, retrieved 19 July 2023

The future of work in the age of AI – Hobart Event

Join us for an engaging panel discussion to hear from local and interstate experts who will shed light on the potential consequences, benefits, and challenges that AI presents to businesses in our region.

With the guidance of Jason Imms, Head of QA at Keywords Studios Australia and TLP graduate, we will explore the practical applications of AI, ethical considerations, and the future trajectory of this ground-breaking technology with four exports working at the forefront of this technology.

Venue: Crowne Plaza Hobart
Date: Thursday 20 July
Time: 5.30 – 7.30 pm
Ticket price: $35

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to consider the real-world implications and opportunities that AI brings to our local community.

Dr Frederic Gilbert, Ethics Lab – Principal Lead, Associate Professor, Head of Discipline, Philosophy & Gender Studies – UTas
Dr. Frederic Gilbert specializes in the field of bio-ethics, with a specific expertise in neuro-ethics. As a philosopher his primary focus lies in exploring the ethical implications surrounding invasive brain technologies. Through his research, he contributes valuable insights to the ongoing debates that shape policy regulations, particularly in the context of human clinical and experimental trials.

Dr Kim Oosthuizen, Innovation Principal: Customer Transformation Adviser – SAP
Dr Oosthuizen is a renowned authority in leveraging AI for business applications. She holds an MBA and a PhD from Stellenbosch Business School. Dr. Oosthuizen is the visionary founder and leader of the SAP partner AI Council of Australia, dedicated to fostering responsible adoption, operation, and scalability of AI within various industries across the country. The council’s primary objective is to unlock opportunities and explore the vast possibilities that AI offers to Australian businesses.

Alicja Mosbauer, Chief Data Officer, Policy and Stakeholder Group, IP Australia
Alicja Mosbauer is leading the Centre of Data Excellence for IP Australia. Uplifting organisational capability in data activities and championing change for all things data related, including data governance and data literacy; building a new and modern data analytics platform, transforming how we engage with data and analytics. Alicja is working across government agencies to build out data capabilities.

Graham Walker, Practice Leader – AI & Smarter Payments – ISW
Graham Walker possesses a wealth of technical expertise gained during his tenure of over ten years at IBM, where he held diverse positions, including his most recent role as an AI Architect. Presently, Graham serves as the Practice Lead for AI & Smarter Payments at ISW, a prominent services and integration company renowned for delivering cutting-edge solutions in AI, Cloud, Collaboration, Asset Management, and IOT.