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Network breakfast: What the rise of Artificial Intelligence means for you

Network breakfast: What the rise of Artificial Intelligence means for you

Matt Michalewicz, Managing Director of Complexica, will be guest speaker at the Drinks Association's upcoming network breakfast: "Innovation, Disruption, and the Rise of Artificial Intelligence: What it Means for You".

Although the world is changing rapidly and technology is re-writing the face of countless industries across the globe, few people realise the speed of change is actually accelerating.

Rapid change is not just a phase, it's the new norm. During this educational presentation, Michalewicz will cover:

• the difference between innovation and disruption

• macro trends that are re-shaping industries

• what Artificial Intelligence is and why it’s important

• examples from the food & liquor industry

Michalewicz has more than 20 years of experience in starting and running high-growth tech companies, especially in the areas of machine learning, predictive analytics, and decision optimisation.

He is currently the CEO of Complexica, a provider of Artificial Intelligence software for optimising sales and marketing activities, and a director of several ASX-listed companies, including Prophecy International (ASX: PRO), ComOps (ASX: COM), and LBT Innovations (ASX: LBT). He is also the author of several books, including Life in Half a Second, Winning Credibility, Puzzle-Based Learning, and Adaptive Business Intelligence.

Michalewicz's business achievements have been featured in numerous television shows and publications, including Time Magazine, Newsweek, and Forbes. He was named the Pearcey Foundation "Entrepreneur of the Year", Business Journal "40 under 40" list of accomplished business leaders, and Ernst and Young "Entrepreneur of the Year" finalist.


When: Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Time: 7:15-9am

Where: Kirribilli Club, 11 Harbourview Crescent, Lavender Bay NSW 


Kirribilli Club is located in Lavender Bay, five minutes stroll from Milson's Point train station.

It offers two levels of parking for a flat rate of $12.