The AI Opportunity
9.00 – 10.15
With Artificial Intelligence technology widely available today, we’ll explore the opportunities, how they could impact your business, customer experiences and workforce productivity.
Developing an AI Capability
10.45 – 12.15
Developing your capability starts here. learning about AI, the possibilities, technology, skill sets, developing partnerships and identifying business opportunities to apply AI.
12.15 – 1.15
Grab a picnic box from Urban Gourmet and park up in the sun and meet your fellow attendees.
AI for the benefit of People and Society
1.15 – 2.45
As AI technology impacts business and our lives the impact on society becomes increasingly significant. This session will explore the social, ethical and legal issues facing our community as a result.
A Future with AI
3.30 – 5.00
While AI is accessible today the future promises a challenging and exciting period of change. So what’s coming and how will it impact your organisation, customers and the world around you?
The After Party
5.00 – 8.30
Join us for the AI-DAY After Party starting with drinks, nibbles, networking and music in the foyer to wrap up the day.
Then head to the Conservatory Bar on Wynyard Quarter.
MC – Dr Michelle Dickinson (MNZM)
Steve ‘Guggs’ Guggenheimer – Corporate Vice President – AI Business – Microsoft
Dawie Olivier – CIO – Westpac New Zealand
Professor Guy Littlefair – Dean for AUT’s Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies
Aaron McDonald – CEO – Centrality.AI
Greg Cross – Chief Business Officer – Soul Machines
Eduard Liebenberger, Head of Digital, Jade Software
Frances Valintine – Founder The Mind Lab
Grant Ryan – The Cacophony Project
Sean Lyon – Director of Technology – Netsafe
Angie Judge – CEO – Dexibit
Kurt Janssen – Founder – Orbica
More speakers at AI Day