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AFTER HOURS AICC Young Business Forum - 'Building Your Career in the World of Bots' Thursday 22 March 2018

After Hours - Chargeable
For this year’s first meeting of the AICC Young Business Forum, we invite you to come and learn about the forces shaping future workplaces and career opportunities and to meet and network with other y

'Building Your Career in the World of Bots'


Nick Abrahams, Partner, Global Head of Technology & Innovation, Norton Rose Fulbright;
Sagie Davidovich, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, SparkBeyond;
Passiona Cottee
, Data Analytics Centre, NSW Treasury
Matthieu Recugnat, Co-founder of Odio, Macquarie University; and
Moderator - Lynn Kraus, Oceania Managing Partner Advisory, EY

Event overview

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are set to dramatically reshape the nature and meaning of ‘work’ in the decades to come. What will this mean for employment and the workplace? What are the implications for your career?

To find out, join us on 22 March for this year’s first meeting of the Australia-Israel Chamber of Commerce Young Business Forum. This is a great opportunity to learn about the forces shaping future workplaces and career opportunities and to meet and network with other young business leaders.


Events Partner

Speakers Bio

Nick Abrahams
Partner, Global Head of Technology & Innovation 
Norton Rose Fulbright

Nick Abrahams advises on technology-related merger and acquisition/investment, IT procurement, telecommunications, content, and data privacy/cyber-security matters. He is heavily involved in the technology sector as a lawyer, adviser, non-executive director, and former dotcom entrepreneur and investor. He co-created the world’s first AI-enabled privacy chatbot and co-founded Australia’s leading online legal service, LawPath.

Sagie Davidovich
Founder and Chief Executive Officer 

Sagie Davidovich is an Israeli technology entrepreneur and angel investor who strives to bridge the gap between the human and machine reasoning and interaction. Before founding SparkBeyond, an artificial intelligence-powered research engine which finds complex patterns in data by understanding their meaning, he was General Manager and Senior Vice-President Research & Development of newBrandAnalytics, Vice-President Research & Development at AdExtent, Data Science & Semantic Reasoning Leader at Semantinet, and co-founded and was Chief Technology Officer of social search engine Delver.

Passiona Cottee
Data Scientist, Data Analytics Centre
NSW Treasury

Passiona currently works at the NSW Data Analytics Centre (the DAC), the NSW Government's data science hub. Having spent the past decade in the management of metadata, she has extensive experience in data architectures, platforms and applications across both public and private sectors. Passiona has completed the course requirements for UTS’s Master of Data Science and Innovation and will graduate in 2018. Admitted to the Supreme Court of NSW as a solicitor in 2012, Passiona holds a current practicing certificate with the Law Society of New South Wales. Her Bachelor of Laws and Graduate Certificate of Legal Practice were both attained from UTS. Passiona’s unique mix of formal education in both the humanities and data science delivers value to the DAC’s projects within the domain of human services. To Passiona, these two diverse professions, data science and law, work hand-in-hand to allow for the ethical use of data science for the people of NSW.

Matthieu Recugnat
Co-founder of Odio
Macquarie University

Matthieu Recugnat is the co-founder of Odio, an AI and conversational bot powered eHealth platform for personalised hearing rehabilitation delivery. He is also completing a Biomedical Engineering PhD currently  at Macquarie University.  He has previously worked in the Cochlear Implant industry as a research engineer with a focus onbrain-machine interface modelling. 
3/22/2018 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM