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Free Webinar – AI: A point of inflection for the arts?


How AI is impacting the arts and creative sectors, and what the future holds.

When: Wednesday 26 July 2023 – 11.30am to 12.30pm (AEST)
With: Jon Whittle, Director of Data61, the digital technologies R&D arm of CSIRO
Register to attend this FREE online webinar.

Presenter Bio – Professor Jon Whittle is Director of Data61, the digital technologies R&D arm of CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency. He leads around 800 staff working in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, quantum technologies, human-centred design and software engineering in applications for the environment, manufacturing, agriculture and many others. Data61 also runs Australia’s National AI Centre, which has a strong focus on diversity in AI and responsible adoption of AI.

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