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Velvet-Belle Templeman, Commercial Editor iTnews & Digital Nation Australia speaks with AI thought leaders and our partner representatives about their journey in championing women in AI and imperative themes around AI that matter the most today.

#1 Stela Solar, Director, National Artificial Intelligence Centre CSIRO speaks about the commercial opportunity in AI. 

#2 Professor Joanna Batstone, Director of Monash Data Futures Institute speaks about the role of trust in driving growth in AI. 

#3 Anastasia Cammaroto, CIO of Personal Banking and Digital at NAB speaks about how AI is transforming banking with core use cases.

#4 Professor Svetha Venkatesh FIAPR FAA FTSE, Co-Director, A²I² - Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute at Deakin University talks about leveraging AI for experimental design.

#5 Mei May, Director of Data Science & AI at Dell Technologies talks about ethical and security challenges within AI.

#6 Frank Windoloski, Executive Vice President and Head of Insights & Data at Capgemini APAC speaks about improving outcomes across industries with AI.

#7 Prof Kathy Nicholson, Operations Manager, Australian Institute for Machine Learning, speaks about the institute's strongest area of focus for machine learning: computer vision.

#8 Deborah Henderson, data and cloud partner at KPMG Australia, speaks about the benefits and challenges in leveraging generative AI.

#9 Mithran Naiker, Chief Technology Officer, Transurban, speaks about Transurban's AI use case in improving road safety.

#10 Ganna Pogrebna, Executive Director of the AI and Cyber Futures Institute, Charles Sturt University, speaks about the societal impact of behavioural data science.

#11 Karin Verspoor, Executive Dean of the School of Computing Technologies, RMIT University speaks about her research area in natural language processing and how it's applied to health and the biomedical domain.

EXAPTEC PODCAST SERIES - Let's talk robotics

This podcast series is an initiative to spotlight young women in AI showing tremendous potential, nominated by WAI Awards 2023 APAC Partners from within their organisations. Nicci Rossouw, CEO Exaptec speaks with these inspirational women listen now!

#1 Dr Elahe Abdi, Lecturer, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University

#2 Ragja Palakkadavath, second-year PhD student, Deakin University’s Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute (A2I2)

#3 Wenjuan Chen, Data Scientist and People Leader, Capgemini ANZ

#4 Gek Huey Chua, Data Scientist, Dell Technologies

#5 Dr Diana Benavides-Prado, Senior Research Fellow, The University of Auckland

#6 Dr Gunel Gulmammadova, Senior Data Scientist, Transurban

#7 Dr Christina Kleinau, Associate Director, KPMG Australia

#8 Dr Lihong Zheng, Associate Professor & researcher in Computer Science, Charles Sturt University

#9 Rossana Bianchi, Senior Manager, Accenture

#10 Bernice Yeow, DAC ScholarDAC Scholar, NSW Department of Customer Service

Eliiza PODCAST SERIES - AI Australia

This podcast series Natalie Rouse, General Manager at Eliiza, co-host of AI Australia Podcast speaks with eminent AI thought leaders and subject matter experts about advances in various AI fields and how diversity can make a difference.

#1 Professor Ann Nicholson, Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University.

#2 Malliga Krishnan, Vice President and Head of Insights & Data, Capgemini ANZ.

#3 Aruna Kolluru, Chief Technologist, Emerging Technology, Dell Technologies, Asia Pacific & Japan.

#4 Dr Yun Sing Koh, Associate Professor, School of Computer Science, University of Auckland

#5 Dr Rena Logothetis, Research Fellow, Applied AI Institute (A2I2), Deakin University

#6 Deborah Henderson, Data and Cloud Partner, KPMG Australia

#7 Kendall Jenner, Research Assistant at STELaRLab, Lockheed Martin Australia

#8 Kelly Brough, Managing Director, ANZ Applied Intelligence, Accenture ANZ

#9 Amanda Princi, Head of Data Enablement, Transurban

#10 Dr Tabinda Sarwar, Early Career Development Fellow/Lecture, RMIT University

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