The role of AI in Australia in 2030: Policy Implications and the Nature of Industry in Society

Join IPAA and the Australian Council of Learned Academies (ACOLA) for a future-focused event on Artificial Intelligence.

Featuring a keynote presentation by Australia’s Chief Scientist, Dr Alan Finkel AO, IPAA and ACOLA are pleased to bring together the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Expert Group and key Government officials leading AI implementation for a panel discussion on the future opportunities and challenges of AI in Government operations and service delivery.

The panel’s conversation will focus on the role of AI for innovations in industry and service delivery and what implications this will have on society for 2030, discussing how AI will reshape government delivery and the importance and need to harness AI in Government. 

Showcasing the Commonwealth funded ACOLA AI report released in August 2019, the discussion will highlight the importance of multidisciplinary thinking, with a chance to increase productive dialogue between academia and policymakers.

Dr Alan Finkel AO (Keynote)
Australia's Chief Scientist

Professor Genevieve Bell AO (Panellist)
Director 
3A Institute, Australian National University

Dr Simon Barry (Panellist)
Deputy Director
Data 61

Narelle Luchetti (Panellist)
Head of Division, Digital Economy and Technology
Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources

David Hazlehurst (Facilitator)
Deputy Secretary, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
IPAA ACT Councillor

This is a live-streamed event and will be streamed through the GovTEAMS (Microsoft Teams) platform.

Access links and details will be sent to registered guests 24 hours prior to commencement.

This event is held in partnership with the Australian Council of Learned Academies.


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Event Details

Event Date Tuesday 18 August 2020
Formalities 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM AEST
Venue Live-Streamed through GovTeams
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