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ACS Queensland Central Queensland (Rockhampton) Chapter Regional Roadshow Series: AI in Action

AI is transforming how we see information, operate across every industry sector, interpret the intangible through data and harness insights to enhance decisions we make every day. Join Steve Nouri, Head of Data Science & AI, ACS and Forbes Tech Expert Council member in-person to explore the latest trends in AI, pathways for AI and data science professionals and what is happening in the space of ethical, responsible AI technology and policy development. Steve will also interview a local leading light in AI technology on how they have developed and deployed the use of AI tech in their business, shining a light on AI innovation in the Central Queensland region.

Registration End Date: Tue, 19 Oct, 05:00 PM

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  • where

  • Building 37, Ground Floor room 01, ATIC, Central Queensland University
    Yaamba Road, Norman Gardens
    Rockhampton QLD 4701
  • when

  • Event Start: Thu, 21 Oct, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 21 Oct, 07:30 PM
  • event price

  • Member: $0.00
  • Member-Concessional: $0.00
  • Non-Member: $0.00

<h6>AI is transforming how we see information, operate across every industry sector, interpret the intangible through data and harness insights to enhance decisions we make every day. Join Steve Nouri, Head of Data Science &amp; AI, ACS and Forbes Tech Expert Council member in-person to explore the latest trends in AI, pathways for AI and data science professionals and what is happening in the space of ethical, responsible AI technology and policy development. Steve will also interview a local leading light in AI technology, more information to come. </h6> <h6>Join friends from the ICT sector for a great night of education, drinks, canapes and networking together.</h6>

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Matthew Roy Pidgeon

Matthew Roy Pidgeon

Deputy Vice President Digital Services, Central Queensland University

Experienced CIDO with an extensive history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Digital Transformation, IT Strategy, Leadership development, and Business change. Passionate about industry collaboration and contributing to CAUDIT, QUDIT, and QCIF at the board level, and chairing the Capricorn ICT /Rockhampton ACS branch. 

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Panellist

Stuart Varrall

Stuart Varrall

Principal Consultant, Servian

Stuart has been involved with Servian’s AI practice for the last 5 years, working on projects that have included predictive modelling and virtual agents for Australia’s largest companies. Locally, working with CQU, he has supported multiple projects that have increased the accuracy of their data and enabled them to make smarter decisions to improve their student’s experiences. More broadly Servian has used its expertise across Computer Vision, Machine Learning and NLP to help dozens of enterprise clients extract greater value from their data.

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Speaker

Steve Nouri

Steve Nouri

Steve is an award-winning AI expert who has evolved the way people look at AI and innovations. With more than 300 million views on social media in the last year, he aims to inspire people through the latest technology trends and projects and empowers prospective data scientists through high-quality education and learning materials. He is a member of the Forbes Tech Council, Australian ICT Professional of the Year, and an accomplished influencer on LinkedIn. From humble beginnings as a junior software engineer and university lecturer he has worked in different IT roles before joining the Australian Computer Society as the Head of Data Science and AI.

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Yaamba Road, Norman Gardens,Rockhampton,QLD,Australia

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