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Ocean Innovators® event - Focus on AI Workshop in Melbourne

Join us for the Ocean Innovators® new workshop on Artificial Intelligence, an exciting event that aims to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals and drive positive change in the oceans and biosphere.

Friday, the 24th of November 2023, 5-7.30pm

At Monash Clayton Campus, Melbourne

Bringing Scientists, Engineers, and Community leaders together

Supported by the Australian-French Association for Research and Innovation (AFRAN), this workshop will bring together experts and thought leaders to explore the opportunities and challenges of Artificial Intelligence.

During the workshop (AIMday - Maths and AI Meet Industry) we will focus on how AI can help us solve real-world problems, discussing ways to enhance collaboration to help us monitor and protect our oceans. We are always welcoming speakers who wish to contribute their expertise and insights to use AI to further support the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) linked to our oceans and the biosphere so please feel free to get in touch.

The event will bring diverse profiles to foster collaboration:

  • Industry

  • Academics, Government & Researchers

  • French Members from The Australian-French Association for Research and Innovation (AFRAN)

  • Not-For-Profit ESRAG and Rotary International members

Register for free

Date: Friday 24th November Time: 5pm to 7.30pm Room: Monash University Lecture Theatre S14 Location: 11 Rainforest Walk, Clayton, VIC, 3800 Cost: Free, Registration required

Join our Innovators on a journey to support ocean-related Sustainable Development Goals using smart AI technology and social advances.

Forum on Artificial Intelligence

Don't miss out on our exceptional panel of speakers:

  • Jonathan CHANG – Silverpond CEO, Use cases and challenges in marine surveying with AI.

  • Paul SCERRI – Platypus President, The technology and potential of fleets of USVs.

  • Vic GROSJEAN – Ocean Innovators® / AIMS, Uncrewed Systems (Moderator).

Meet our speakers at Monash university:


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