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Join us for a thought-provoking discussion on the capabilities and limitations of ChatGPT, the cutting-edge language processing model. Our panel of experts will delve into the hype surrounding ChatGPT and separate fact from fiction, exploring its real-world applications and potential impact on the future of language understanding. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the technology that is shaping the way we interact with machines.
Our panelists include:
Marcus Gallagher – Associate Professor of AI, University of Queensland Marcus is an Associate Professor in the Artificial Intelligence Group in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering. His research interests are in artificial intelligence, including optimisation and machine learning. He is particularly interested in understanding the relationship between algorithm performance and problem structure via benchmarking.
Belinda Sippe – Deloitte Australia Belinda is a director at Deloitte Australia. She is an experienced analytics and business intelligence consultant interested in data science and machine learning with a demonstrated history of working in a broad range of industries including blockchain, telecommunications, building, legal, logistics, financial services, HR and health.
Peter Laurie – Junta Peter is the founder of Junta where he participates in the innovation ecosystem. He has coached and advised over 800+ startup and new ventures on how to innovate, implement, and deliver to both consumers and businesses. Peter is also a sessional lecturer in innovation, entrepreneurship, and business strategy at both UQ and QUT.
Moderated by Nick Therkelsen-Terry -Max Kelsen
Nicholas Therkelsen-Terry is CEO at Max Kelsen, a leading Australian Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning solutions company. Max Kelsen delivers custom innovations to companies both big and small by uncovering their potential and ensuring a competitive advantage. By pushing the boundaries of applied technology and big ideas, Max Kelsen leads the way in bringing Australia to the forefront of the ICT industry through initiatives such as founding the Queensland AI Hub and collaborating with UQ and the COVID-19 Critical Care Consortium to analyse the behaviour of COVID-19 intensive care patients.