To better understand the use-cases and impediments of AI across different verticals we hosted a panel with three AI CEOs in healthcare, agribusiness and food manufacturing: Dr. Michelle Perugini, co-founder and CEO of Presagen, a health care company building scalable AI across women’s health products Fiona Turner, co-founder and CEO

Marc Andreessen famously observed, “Software is eating the world,” and according to Jamila Gordon, CEO and founder of Lumachain, so is Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI and Machine Learning (ML) are well and truly ingrained in every industry. From healthcare, to agribusiness, to food manufacturing, AI is improving efficiencies and  productivity,

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is launching a free Machine Learning (ML) course for business leaders. The course, entitled Machine Learning Essentials for Business and Technical Decision Makers, is made up of three 30-minute digital training courses delivering foundational ML knowledge to business leaders. AWS claims that the course will empower

While artificial intelligence and machine learning projects increasingly exercise the minds of technology leaders, many organisations find it difficult to scale their initial pilot or proof of concept project widely across the enterprise. Tim Fountaine, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, and head of the company’s specialist advanced analytics arm,

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are key to business transformation across every industry. However, as our reliance on these systems increases, so too does the need for governance in the sector to ensure ethical and fair results. Algorithmic biases in machine learning stem from the human unconscious biases that trickle

Between 30 and 50 per cent of stand-alone RPA projects initially fail, according to recent research — something Greg Eyre, Vice President, Australia & New Zealand at Blue Prism, ascribes at least partially to a lack of a transformative vision and overall business buy-in. There is a better way, he

Cape York indigenous rangers and Australian scientists are protecting turtles in far north Queensland by identifying and mapping nests and predators with drones, artificial intelligence and cloud computing. The process saves hundreds of hours of manual work and is helping stabilise turtle populations in Cape York. Feral pigs have been

Australian startups using artificial intelligence to optimise supply chains, improve access to patient care, and monitor employee mental health are among the first cohort of local AI scale up program Boab AI. Boab AI announced the inaugural group today as well as the commencement of its $100m Boab Global AI

Australian scientists have shown artificial intelligence can exploit vulnerabilities in a person’s habits to influence their decision making.  According to the researchers involved, the study shows the need to further investigate the ethical consequences of the technology, which is already widely used, rarely regulated and has inconsistent governance in the

Business leaders expect the private sector will fail to provide the governance necessary to keep artificial intelligence in check, and governments will be forced to take over within five years, according to a new global poll of 1350 c-level executives. Most in the c-suite (65 per cent) said the current