Artificial Intelligence Innovation Summit – 10th May

10th May, 2023
1:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Co.Lab by Liberty, Level 8, 125 Murray Street, Perth 6000

As part of our ongoing support of Innovate Australia, we are delighted to be able to support this AI Innovation Summit.

Explore the World of AI, Machine Learning, and ChatGPT. Learn and Engage with a Diverse Panel of AI Professionals and Advocates.

Embrace the future at Innovate Australia’s AI Innovation Summit, an insightful free public event that connects AI enthusiasts, professionals, and experts from diverse fields. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of artificial intelligence as we explore cutting-edge developments, share ideas, and discuss the latest trends.

With an expected larger turnout for this highly relevant and engaging topic, seize this unique opportunity to expand your knowledge, network with like-minded individuals, and learn from some of the brightest minds in the industry, all while deepening your understanding of the ethical and social implications of AI technologies.

🎤 Our MC/Moderator:

🔹 Peter Kasprzak, Chairman, Innovate Australia
As the Chairman of Innovate Australia, Peter Kasprzak is dedicated to promoting innovation and entrepreneurship. With decades of experience in various industries, Peter is passionate about connecting people and ideas to drive positive change. An enthusiastic user of AI, particularly ChatGPT, Peter appreciates its cutting-edge innovation but also advocates for responsible and ethical use to address potential concerns.

🎙️ Our Presenters:

🔹 Sean Driver, Director, Perth Machine Learning Group
Sean Driver, an accomplished data scientist and machine learning specialist, serves as the Director of the Perth Machine Learning Group. With a keen interest in fostering community engagement and collaboration, Sean actively promotes research and development in AI and machine learning. He emphasizes the significance of ethical considerations in the field, striving to create a responsible AI ecosystem that supports innovation while addressing societal concerns.

🔹 Schellie-Jayne Price, Partner at Stirling & Rose
Schellie-Jayne Price is a Partner at Stirling & Rose, a firm specializing in strategy, innovation, and leadership. With a strong data analytics and digital transformation background, Schellie-Jayne is passionate about driving innovation through AI and machine learning. Her expertise in leveraging technology for business success and her commitment to ethical AI practices make her a valuable voice in the industry.

🔹 Andrew Cooke, Director, Growth & Profit Solutions
Andrew Cooke, a seasoned strategist and business growth expert, brings over 30 years of experience. As the Director of Growth & Profit Solutions, he collaborates with organizations to harness AI and machine learning for accelerated growth and enhanced profitability. Andrew’s deep understanding of the AI landscape allows him to emphasize the importance of ethical technology while guiding businesses toward achieving their goals.

🔹 Sarada Lee, Co-Founder, and Principal Data Scientist, Perth Machine Learning Group
Sarada Lee, Co-Founder and Principal Data Scientist at Perth Machine Learning Group is a seasoned data science and machine learning professional. With her experience in developing and implementing AI solutions across various industries, Sarada is dedicated to fostering a collaborative environment for AI research and innovation. Her emphasis on ethical and responsible AI practices underscores her commitment to creating a sustainable AI ecosystem.

🔹 Peter Van Der Made, Founder and CTO, BrainChip Holdings Limited
Peter Van Der Made, a visionary in AI and neural networks, has an impressive tech career spanning over four decades. As the Founder and CTO of BrainChip Holdings Limited, Peter leads the charge in developing innovative AI solutions that address global challenges. His commitment to responsible AI practices ensures the technology benefits society while minimizing potential risks.

The presentations will be followed by a panel discussion moderated by Peter Kasprzak, Chairman of Innovate Australia.


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About Innovate Australia
Innovate Australia encourages, assists, and promotes Australian innovation. The not-for-profit and non-partisan organisation works with industry and academia to uncover innovation, encourages new innovations, develop programs, and form innovation networks. Innovate Australia aims to be an independent conduit for viable ideas.

Innovate Australia operates independently of government, industry, and universities, however, work with a range of stakeholders on unique and forward-thinking projects across Australia. Services provided include, but are not limited to consulting, think-tanks, connecting firms undertaking innovative projects, and marketing of organisations embarking on their innovation journeys.