Power on at West Tech Fest’s newest event, Cybotics AI Day
- Cybotics AI Day will be held on Monday 5 December 2022
- Live debate on regulation vs industry at the event
- Opportunities within this space is steadily increasing
Ever wanted to know what it takes to build a world-first robot from Perth, WA? Or how autonomous agriculture can help avoid food poverty?
How about wondering if artificial intelligence should be bound by legislation, or should industry follow its curiosity and see where it takes us? Or what cybersecurity skills we’re training our local workforce in to avoid more data breaches like the recently seen Optus and Medibank scandals?
If these topics pique your interest, then put Monday 5 December in your diary and come along to West Tech Fest’s newest event, Cybotics AI Day. Run in conjunction with the City of Joondalup, at the stunning Joondalup Resort, join in to find out the answers plus much, much more.
With a showcase of some of Perth’s emerging tech leaders across cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, data science and robotics on display, alongside their national counterparts, there’s definitely something for everyone interested in this space across the program.
Alex Jenkins, Director of WA Data Science Innovation Hub (WADSIH), will be taking to the stage as MC of our first-ever live debate on regulation vs industry.
“AI is growing at an astronomical rate and integration into our daily life is steadily increasing. The opportunities that this can provide across all industries in the state is key to our future. With a particular focus on the integration with robotics, data science, and cybersecurity explored at the newest day on the West Tech Fest calendar, Cybotics AI Day, we’re delighted to be a part of it.”
– Alex Jenkins
Taking to the stage alongside him we will have Leopold Lucas of Ripe Robotics, fresh off the stage in Las Vegas from his speaking session at Amazon’s re:MARS earlier this year, Nieves Garcia from Amazon Web Services discussing how AI and Machine Learning can be applied across larger organisations and how this space isn’t just for startups, and Rohan Workman of Skalata Ventures diving into the commercial opportunities across these sectors.