AIIA @ Open State – Demo Day
Who’s in charge here?
Artificial intelligence and digital technologies are becoming increasingly sophisticated and ubiquitous, and their impact on our personal and working lives is only just starting. But who’s leading the advances and why? What are the benefits of these technological advances to future humans? Should humans be concerned about their role on this planet in the future?Anthropologist and researcher, Genevieve Bell, joins us as our keynote at 12:30pm to explore the answers to these questions.
Premier’s Award for GovHack 2017
Presentation of Premier’s Award for GovHack 2017 will take place at 1:30pm.
ICT Demonstrations & Showcase
A showcase of ICT sector innovation, skills and digital government initiatives will continue until 3:30pm.
- ‘Show ‘n’ Pitch for More’ showcases teams D3/GovHack creation, where they are at and what they need to happen to go forward.
- ‘Share to Inspire’ – a Q&A panel session providing an opportunity for partner agencies and/or teams to share the D3/GovHack experience, the learnings and the benefits of being a part of the journey.
- sEMG (surface electromyography) wearable
- Pernix Sports Analytics platform
- Core Energy Group – energy-view platform, a data driven intelligence system providing a wholistic view of Australia’s energy value chain
- SRA/TIBCO – Spotfire Cloud solution platform launch
- NEC will give you an insight into their cyber security advanced recognition systems, including facial recognition and biometric solutions.
Professor, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Australian National University
Genevieve Bell is a Professor in the Australian National University (ANU) College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Genevieve is recognised as a world leader in the ethnographic approach to developing technology. After completing a PhD in cultural anthropology at Stanford University, she joined Intel in 1998 and went on to lead the company’s first user experience research and development lab. In 2009, she was Adelaide’s Thinker In Residence and authored the report “Getting Connected, Staying Connected: Exploring South Australia’s Digital Futures”.
Her work has been recognised by Fast Company magazine as one of the 100 most innovative people in business.
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