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Implementing artificial intelligence into your work process can lead to greater efficiencies and more power – provided you get it right. In this event, we discussed what you need to know before implementing AI.
Genome sequencing and profiling technology is becoming more available at more accessible price points, raising questions around the management of this data - how it impacts individuals and society, the value of the insights it provides, and at what cost.
We’re at the tipping point for redefining mobility for future generations and Victoria wants in, aiming to make the home of the world’s most liveable city, more liveable. Read our event report to understand the challenges and opportunities we're currently facing.
We explored the definition of FinTech, applications for blockchain, how robo-advising is democratising financial advice, the impact of the national framework for einvoicing and issues facing the sector including governance and security.
We explored a number of capital raising opportunities that don't require you to handover equity - including online lending platforms, government grants and crowdfunding. We also looked at the importance of getting your accounts 'capital raising ready'.
We all know we should be collecting data, the question is what data should you be collecting and how can you use it effectively to grow your business? We explored how data can improving operations and customer relationships, create better products and processes and deliver competitive intelligence.
How can you leverage your team to innovate? We explored: • Building a high performance work culture • Frills and thrills – how to attract and retain talent • How to benefit from new technology-enabled markets for labour and skills
When Facebook purchased Oculus in 2014 it made the statement, “we’re making a big bet that AR and VR will become a part of people’s everyday life.” With the Rift headset due to launch in March this year, it’s time to take stock: where is AR now and will it be the next big thing?