Beyond Gen AI: Navigating how businesses realise the benefits of AI


This event will take place on Jul 24-Jul 24, 2024


Join our expert panel and dive into the business conversations that go beyond Gen AI. Explore how organisations are embracing the potential of AI and the next-generation foundations needed through scale, speed to data, and strengthening business practices.

As we continue to explore business benefits from AI, we will discuss what organisations are embracing and whether they have the right foundations in place to maximise and achieve an effective AI strategy that delivers differentiated value and improved business productivity.


Flex by ISPT, 500 Bourke St, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Wednesday, 24th July

5.30pm – doors open (networking – pizza and drinks available)
6.15pm – Panel discussion starts

Panel Discussion:

Our diverse panel of speakers will share their insights beyond Gen AI and the conversations business leaders are exploring to exploit the benefits of  AI strategies and the potential optimisation that may be required to maximise value across the finance and superannuation sectors.

👉  Gain further understanding of how organisations are capitalising on Gen AI.

👉  Discuss potential gaps in infrastructure and foundational improvements needed for effective Gen AI implementation.

👉  Obtain insights on leveraging Gen AI while ensuring the viability and sustainability of change.

👉  Learn about some of the current challenges faced and technological solutions implemented to make gains within business productivity and flexibility.


Meet the panel: 

Michael Collins: Chief Information Security Officer, Judo Bank

Claire Cornfield: Senior Executive, Head of Customer Experience, La Trobe Financial

Stephen Reilly: Chief Operation Officer, Hesta

Andrea Lymbouris: Head of Information Services, State Trustees


Ticket donations:

All ticket proceeds will be donated to the following cause:

Aboriginal Investment Group Remote Laundry Project

Donations from this event will provide power to a laundry site for 6 months.

Remote Laundries is an Aboriginal-owned and operated project that provides free laundries to remote Aboriginal communities, improving health and social outcomes by preventing disease.
Our laundries create jobs for locals which means more income stays in the community, which helps build a stronger local economy that better serves the whole community.