Digital Skills and AI Blended Job Series – Geelong
AI introduction overview
- Duration: 2.5 hours, including 45 minutes for group activity and discussion.
- Style: Informative, interactive, great conversations, great content, not too heavy.
What you will learn
- The latest developments in AI and how they can benefit your organisation – what it is, what it isn’t, facts and myths, benefits and risks.
- How to identify areas where AI can be used to improve your business.
- How you might use generative AI tools to come up with new ideas.
What you will do
- Participate in interactive exercises and discussions.
- Reflect on your organisation’s data and AI maturity.
- Identify areas where AI can be used to improve your organisation.
- Use generative AI tools to come up with new ideas.
- You will have a better understanding of the benefits and risks associated with AI and how you might adopt it in your organisation / department.
- You will be inspired to start experimenting with AI and seeing how it can benefit your work and your services to citizens.
Director Emerging Technology
Andy has a track record of innovation in computer vision, AI, robotics and embedded systems in retail, medical technology, and agricultural technology. Andy is our Emerging Tech practice leader, entrepreneur, and futurist. He is currently exploring the role of AI and Generative AI adoption across the Asia Pacific region.
Head of InfoSec
Lilly provides security assurance and advice to Thoughtworks delivery teams with a focus on secure development practices, threat modelling, and the attacker mindset. Her strongest expertise and main interest are in offensive security testing. Lilly is also a technology commentator on 3RRR’s Byte into IT, one of the regular hosts of the OWASP DevSlop show, and serves on the board of Digital Rights Watch Australia.
Thank you to our sponsors
The Digital Skills and AI Blended Job Series is sponsored by the Victorian Government as part of the Digital Innovation Futures initiative.