The meetups will consist of Highly Technical Talks and business perespective. In some events we will run Tech Debates in teams of 2 or 3 on each side. Unikernels vs Containers, Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Puppet vs Chef vs Ansible vs Saltstack, the power of Golang, Big Data, Next Level IT Security, Cloud, Multi-Cloud, which Cloud is truly best?
PLEASE REGISTER TO ATTEND: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/future-of-transport-disruptorsintech-melbourne-tickets-59203474185
We are pleased to announce panel discussion style meetup to discuss Future of Transport trends and predictions. Please join us for this interactive session and come prepared to ask the panel any questions you may have.
5:45 – 6:05PM | Networking + Food & Drinks (Many thanks to PRA Digital)
6:05 – 7:00PM | Panel Discussion
7:00 – 7:30PM | Audience Q&A
7:30 – 8:00PM | Networking & Event Wrap Up
Flora Salim, Associate Professor, RMIT
Matthew Horne, Uber State Manager for Victoria and Tasmania
Dr Andrew Lucas, Managing Director | AOS
John O'Mahony, Partner, Deloitte Access Economics
Flora Salim is the Deputy Director of the RMIT Centre for Information Discovery and Data Analytics (CIDDA). She leads the Context Recognition and Urban Intelligence group in CIDDA. A/Prof. Flora Salim is an expert in context-aware situational intelligence and spatio-temporal analysis, specifically in human mobility tracking, context and behaviour modelling, time-series prediction, and cross-domain data fusion and learning. She has received numerous awards for her work, including Humboldt Fellow for experienced researcher, Victoria Fellow 2018 (awarded by the Victorian government), the RMIT Vice-Chancellor's Award for Research Excellence ? Early Career Researcher 2016; the RMIT Award for Research Impact - Technology 2018; Victorian iAwards (2014), Australian Research Council (ARC) Postdoctoral Research Industry Fellow [masked]); IBM Smarter Planet Industry Skills Innovation Award (2010); and a Google Anita Borg Scholar (2008).
Matthew Horne is the Head of Victoria and Tasmania in Uber's Rides business - as well as the Head of Uber’s Public Transport team for Australia. Having joined Uber in 2016, Matthew previously led the Strategic Projects team for Australia and New Zealand, exploring and operationalising opportunities around new products, new markets and new business verticals. Matthew has pioneered Uber’s work in on-demand public transport in Australia and launched Uber Australia’s first Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle Pilot in Newcastle, NSW.
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Many thanks to PRA Digital for providing catering for the night!