As Australian enterprises prepare for an AI-powered future, chief IT and business decision makers are propelled to seek best use-cases on how to leverage this technological phenomenon – or risk being at a competitive disadvantage.
On Thursday, 6 May 2021, an elite group of Australia’s most successful AI and automation ‘rock stars’ will unite to share critical insights on how these emerging technologies are being applied as core accelerants to their digital business initiatives.
This by invitation conference will gather 200+ senior tech and business executives from Australia’s top industries at Telstra’s new, state-of-the-art facility in Sydney.
The MC of this special one-day event is Adam Spencer – math genius, sought-after media and innovation commentator. He will lead an outstanding conference program that features a ‘who’s who’ ensemble of world renown visionaries, technologists and leading C-level executives who are at the coalface of best practice AI and automation.
Australia’s best and brightest will unite to deliver short, sharp and highly insightful presentations on the trends and disruptions of AI and automation and other emerging technologies. They will also participate in robust Q&A panel discussions that will challenge the status quo, with talking points including – but not limited to – the following:
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In an events-fatigued market, the 6Degrees.AI – the Future of Tech, Innovation & Work stands apart for its journalistic approach to acquiring first-class speakers; the compilation of world-class best use cases; and the provision of multi-sensory delegate experiences during networking breaks.
Our team of technology editors, journalists and conference producers bridge the divide – bringing innovation rock stars together with local tech AI legends and unsung heroes – while offering a rich and immersive experience during session intermissions. Essentially, this conference creates belief through experience.
While conference audiences vary in their preferences for content engagement, they share one important common criteria – the delivery of world-class information of the highest quality that can deliver measurable benefits for the organisation. The discerning delegate is also seeking their own ‘customer experience’ beyond the norm, beyond compare. Following are some of the standout reasons for attending this event:
Telstra’s high-tech Customer Insights Centre (CIC) on Level 2, 400 George Street Sydney houses a state of the art auditorium with 78 LED displays, 4K-ready broadcast studio, workshop and collaboration spaces, partner pop-up installations and hands-on technology demonstration areas