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AI Assistants: How to take your business to the next level

ACS Canberra APS Leader’s forum - Invitation only

Registration End Date: Thu, 09 May, 05:00 PM

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  • Hyatt Hotel Canberra
    120 Commonwealth Ave
    Canberra ACT 2600
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  • Event Start: Tue, 14 May, 07:00 AM
    Event Finish: Tue, 14 May, 09:00 AM
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<img alt="AI assistant" src="https://id.acs.org.au/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000Giuxn&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1554348196000"></img><br>Artificial intelligence is changing the fundamental structure of every industry, in areas ranging from finance to retail and from the government to healthcare, and more.  AI Assistants are being rapidly trialled, adopted and deployed by a wide array of originations to cut costs, convert customers, capture new data points and streamline processes. They have lived on the ‘hype cycle’ for a number of years and for the first time are becoming truly ‘useable’ and efficient in what they are able to do for organisations.  We take a look at the best, the worst, what’s working and what isn’t and how you can take advantage of this powerful technology.  A new level of competition is emerging as organisations compete with these new digital AI technologies.<br> <br><b>In this 45-minute presentation, you will learn:</b><br>•    All AI assistants aren’t equal. Which ones you should be using and when<br>•    How to start with selecting technology – the stacks are overwhelming<br>•    Best practice approaches and most common oversights to avoid<br>•    AI Assistants and Analytics<br>•    What is the future for AI Assistants, the tech, the vendors and the consultants?<br><br><b>About the presenter:</b><br>Lisa Bouari, Executive Director, OutThought.co<br><br>Lisa Bouari is an Executive Director of OutThought, a company that delivers AI Assistants and natural language processing-based systems to clients in the commercial and public sectors.<br><br>With over 15 years of experience in the design and execution of machine learning, business analytics, and cognitive computing solutions, she has been twice awarded Architect of the year in Asia Pacific by IBM for outstanding achievements and was most recently awarded ARN 2018 Women in ICT Innovator of the year. As a regular advisor to the C-Suite, Technology Panellist and Conference Chair, her company was recently shortlisted for the 2018 CIO Magazine Top 10 AI Technology Solution Providers.  <br><br>Lisa is passionate and real when it comes to what’s possible (and what’s not) with AI and enjoys learning from the successes and failures that these new, often overhyped technologies bring to the market.<br><br>This event is proudly sponsored by <b><a href="https://www.michaelpage.com.au/" target="_blank">Michael Page</a></b>!

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Specialist advice (TECH) -> Level 5

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Lisa Bouari

Lisa Bouari

Lisa Bouari is an Executive Director of OutThought, a company that delivers AI Assistants and natural language processing-based systems to clients in the commercial and public  sectors.With over 15 years of experience in the design and execution of machine learning, business analytics, and cognitive computing solutions, she has been twice awarded Architect of the year in Asia Pacific by IBM for outstanding achievements and was most recently awarded ARN 2018 Women in ICT Innovator of the year. As a regular advisor to the C-Suite, Technology Panellist and Conference Chair, her company was recently shortlisted for the 2018 CIO Magazine Top 10 AI Technology Solution Providers.  Lisa is passionate and real when it comes to what’s possible (and what’s not) with AI and enjoys learning from the successes and failures that these new, often overhyped technologies bring to the market.

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