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Have you registered yet for the ACS Canberra Conference? If not, register now!

Tuesday, 02 Aug 2016


The ACS Canberra have compiled a list of great presenters who are going to speak about how robots, automation, machine learning and artificial intelligence will be influencing our work and professional lives now and into the future.

Within the conference we'll look at questions like: what should we be teaching our children about what it means to work? How is leadership changed by an automated and possibly autonomous workforce? What issues must we consider when attempting to build systems that are expected to run unsupervised?

Our gala conference dinner will be worth staying on for too. We'll be hearing from our Chief Minister and also recognizing the significant and special contributions that have been made by IT professionals in the ACS in Canberra over a long period of time.

A Cocktail Reception and Gala Dinner are being held to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of ACS nationally and the dinner will pay tribute to our long standing members and local ICT pioneers.
Tickets for those wanting to attend the Dinner Only (members and non-conference delegates), can be purchased at $150 per person for your guests. CLICK HERE to purchase dinner ticket.

Don't wait any longer. Register NOW!
For an up to date conference program, please go to the conference website or click here for a copy of PDF file.

Data Management workshops

This is a rare opportunity and not to be missed by anyone in the APS working with data.

The Australian government has identified in numerous policy and public papers that data management skills within the APS need to increase. Chris Bradley, an internationally recognised expert in data management education, will be speaking at the ACS Canberra Chapter Conference.

He will also be running three post-conference workshops on 24/25/26th of August: