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Industry Insights: Realising commercial value of AI in large technology teams [VIRTUAL]

Join us in the next Industry Insights where we will dive into the development of ethical and reliable data practices to govern the use of data while maintaining its value and safety.​

Event Start: Thu 21 Mar 06:30 AM
Event Finish: Thu 21 Mar 07:30 AM

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Registration End Date: Wed 20 Mar 11:00 PM


<em>*If you are not a current ACS member, you will be asked to &#39;create an account&#39;. Your details will be used for registration processes only. If you experience technical issues, please contact <a href="mailto:events@acs.org.au" target="_blank">events@acs.org.au</a>.<br><br><strong>This event series is intended for Professionals and Leaders. If you are based in NSW and wish to attend in-person, please register <a href="https://www.acs.org.au/cpd-education/event-detail.html?eventId=701GB000002Cc5I" target="_blank">here</a>.</strong></em><br><br>For the next edition of Industry Insights series, we will be joined by Chief Technology Officer of ANZ, Tim Hogarth to talk about &#39;realising commercial value of AI in large technology teams&#39;. <br><br><strong>During our fireside chat with Tim, we will cover:</strong><br>- How AI is moving from novelty to one of commercial value<br>- What is different about Gen-AI vs traditional AI - where that matters and where it doesn&#39;t<br>- How to structure technology teams to successful implementation of AI<br>- Big questions to focus upon - partners, measurement, risks<br>- Balancing incremental and experimental use of AI in commercial situations<br><br>Don&#39;t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and engage with an innovative leader and participate in an enlightening discussion on strategic use of AI.<br><br>There will be a live Q&amp;A at the end of the session for the audience to ask questions directly followed by a networking session.<br><br><strong>Agenda</strong><br>5pm - Guest arrival and networking<br>5:30pm - Welcome and housekeeping<br>5:30pm - Fireside chat with Tim Hogarth, CTO, ANZ<br>6:10pm - Audience Q&amp;A (both in-person and virtual)<br>6:30pm - End of live stream. In-person networking drinks<br><br><strong>Speaker</strong><br>- Tim Hogarth, Chief Technology Officer, ANZ

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Tim Hogarth

Tim Hogarth

Tim Hogarth is the Chief Technology Officer at ANZ and is accountable for the architecture of the bank, the engineering standards and plays a key role in the technology planning and prioritisation.   Tim works closely with business teams, helping shape roadmaps and aligning technology investment.  He also works closely with the architecture and engineering teams at ANZ, driving up the bank’s technology prowess through a focus on pragmatic standards, common platforms and engineering excellence.   He’s worked in other banks in North America, the UK and in Australia, and has a technology delivery track record spanning more than twenty years. A practical and considered leader, Tim spends a great deal of time thinking about how to harness emerging technology industry shifts for greater enterprise value in large organisations.

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Industry Insights: Realising commercial value of AI in large technology teams [VIRTUAL]

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