"Only 33% of consumers think they’re already using AI platforms. In reality this number is much higher, closer to 77%" (Source: PEGA) Artificial Intelligence...

CNET's Next Big Thing: The AI Revolution

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Level 6 Terrace Entrance (Circular Quay West Side)
2000 NSW
Australia

CNET's Next Big Thing: The AI Revolution

Speakers

Brian Cooley

US Editor at Large for CNET.com, part of the CBS Interactive network. With CNET since 1995, Cooley brings to bear its experience as the world’s largest consumer technology publisher. He keeps an eye out for what will work and what will fail in consumer electronics, software, and services. He is known for making this chaotic space digestible and having a no-nonsense approach that doesn’t get hung up on gadgetry.

Claire Reilly

Claire Reilly

Journalist

Claire Reilly is CNET's news writer based in Sydney, Australia. When she's not breaking stories, she's a part-time Simpsons guru, hair metal enthusiast and blue cheese aficionado.

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Event Details

"Only 33% of consumers think they’re already using AI platforms. In reality this number is much higher, closer to 77%" (Source: PEGA)

Artificial Intelligence or AI is possibly one the most important topics of our time, yet we don’t talk about it enough. How is AI and machine learning actually going to shape our lives in the near future?

This year, we bring both sides of the AI debate into the light. Attendees will leave our events with a broader understanding of AI as a whole, and how AI ties together other emerging technology like 5G and autonomous cars. Join us to discuss the challenges we currently face and those heading our way as the reality of artificial intelligence begins to affect us more directly in our everyday lives.

CNET's Next Big Thing: The AI Revolution keynote focuses on the effects of AI on every day consumers and the lives they live. From connected smart homes to driverless cars we will explore just how our lives will change as AI enables us to live a truly connected life.

This day of AI exploration provides an intriguing and exciting forum on the fast-changing world of technology and reveals how AI will shape our lives in ways once only imaginable in science fiction films.

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  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.