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ChatGPT - Revolutionising the Future

We are excited to welcome esteemed panellists Kevin Cattaway, Associate Professor Stan Karanasios, Sharon Singh, and Jason Tan for this enlightening discussion. Take advantage of this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of ChatGPT and the future of AI across different sectors.

Registration End Date: Thu, 06 Jul, 12:00 PM

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  • Stair Stadium, The Precinct, TC Beirne Building
    Level 2/315 Brunswick St
    Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
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  • Event Start: Thu, 06 Jul, 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu, 06 Jul, 07:30 PM
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ChatGPT has taken the world by storm, revolutionising the way we interact with technology and shaping the  future of AI. As this groundbreaking innovation continues to capture the world&#39;s attention, big tech giants such as Google, Facebook, and Amazon are scrambling to develop their own versions of ChatGPT, vying for dominance in the rapidly evolving AI landscape.<br><br>Startups and technology companies captivated by the potential of ChatGPT are already integrating Generative AI into their software, enhancing customer service experiences, and transforming how businesses operate. This powerful AI-driven innovation is not only disrupting the tech industry but also redefining the way we perceive and utilize AI in our daily lives.<br><br>Join us for an insightful panel discussion featuring industry experts as they explore the implications of ChatGPT on enterprises, higher education, and government agencies. Learn how these organizations react to this AI revolution and the potential use cases that could reshape their respective sectors. In addition, our distinguished panellists will delve into the challenges, opportunities, and ethical considerations surrounding AI adoption in various fields.<br><br>*If registrations are at capacity, please email <u><strong>acs.qld@acs.org.au</strong></u> to be added to the wait list. 

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Jason Tan

Jason Tan

Founder, Engage AI

Jason Tan is the Founder of Engage AI, a Conversation Copilot that remembers past interactions across multiple channels to augment conversations in virtual and real-life. 
Since its release in Jan 2023, over 13,000 users worldwide have been using it to break the ice and engage with their prospects.  

Jason is also the Founder of DDA Labs and The Analytics Show (TAS) podcast. Together with his team, they integrate Generative AI and advanced analytics into daily business operations to optimise results for enterprises and government agencies. 
Taking the learnings from implementing Engage AI, he also assists and shares the learnt lessons with enterprises to embrace and incorporate Generative AI and Large Language Models into their business. 

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Stan Karanasios

Stan Karanasios

Associate Professor in Information Systems, UQ Business School

Dr Stan Karanasios is an Associate Professor in Information Systems at the UQ Business School, University of Queensland. Prior to joining the University of Queensland he worked at RMIT University in Melbourne and the University of Leeds in the UK. 

Stan's interests focus on how digital technology impacts organisations and society. Over the last ten years he has undertaken a program of research on the interaction between new digital technologies and organisations. Recently he completed a project for the International Telecommunications Union on digital transformation in Ghana and for Emergency Management Victoria on how social media platforms change the information landscape in the emergency sector. His research draws and expands on activity theory, an area in where he is recognised as an international expert. He holds a visiting position at the University of Leeds and regularly teaches on a summer school on activity theory in Europe. 

He is a Senior Editor for Information Systems Journal, an Associate Editor for the European Journal of Information Systems, Section Editor for the Australian Journal on Information Systems, and on the Editorial Board for Mind, Culture & Activity and the International Journal of Information Management. 

He has published in leading information systems journals such as the Journal of the Association of Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Journal, European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems and Journal of Information Technology. He also regularly publishes in leading information systems conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems, Americas Conference on Information Systems and Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. In addition to academic publications, he has written reports for government and organisations, his research also appears in The Conversation and other news and media outlets. 

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Kevin Cattaway

Kevin Cattaway

Head of Applied Analytics, RACQ

Kevin Cattaway is an experience and passionate mathematician with 24 plus years experience in financial services, primarily general insurances in private and public sectors. Managing and leading departments in the delivery of divers analytical and data solutions. Specialising in delivering value through analytics, data and insights.  
  
During his career working across divers analytical and data areas including pricing, claims, actuarial, finance, risk, customer and marketing in the private sector and government both federal and state. This has included management and hands on technical delivery, in the application of advanced mathematical and computation methods applied to pricing, leakage detection, customer churn, risk identification, insights surfacing and data warehousing & platform design. Kevin in passionate about lifting data literacy and fluency with organisation, but also lifting business and domain literacy and fluency with analytical and data teams to better deliver optimal outcomes. 

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Level 2/315 Brunswick St,Fortitude Valley,QLD,Australia

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