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Keynote Lecture 3

Thursday, 4 April 2019 | 16:15 - 16:45 | Storey Hall Auditorium (016.05.001)


Building an AI Driven Agency: Creating the End to End Data Pipelines for Autonomous Decision Support

There has been a change in the nature of how we make and review decisions as we deploy digital technologies in real-time environments. As decision processes move from the individual worker to technology, accountability for outcomes remains and Agencies cannot absolve themselves from the fallout if technology fails to deliver against core values. Come to the session to discuss:

  • The hype and reality of artificial intelligence for Real-Times decision support;
  • Understanding Digital Trust in a real-time environments.;
  • Reviewable AI – understand the real-time process;
  • Ethical challenges faced in adopting Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies;
  • Key components to a successful AI solution and strategy;
  • Opportunities for AI across Government Agencies.

Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker

Stuart Long

Hewlett Packard Enterprise


Stuart Long is Chief Technology Officer and Enterprise Architect Manager of Enterprise and Public Sector for Hewlett Packard Enterprise in South Pacific. Stuart is responsible for driving HPE’s Hybrid IT Vision and Strategy for top customers in Australia and New Zealand.

Leveraging the latest technology from HPE’s Hybrid IT Product Portfolio, Stuart leads a team of Technologist and Enterprise Architects in designing solutions that help customers transform their IT environments and align them with constantly changing business requirements.

Prior to his current role, Stuart was Chief Technology Officer and Senior Director of Systems Sales Consulting for Oracle Systems Asia Pacific and Japan. He worked extensively with Oracle Enterprise customers throughout Asia Pacific and Japan designing and deploying mission critical solutions in Telecommunications, Finance, Manufacturing and Government sectors.

With over 20 years of experience in the Asia Pacific region he possesses a wealth of knowledge in Solution Design and IT Architecture.

Stuart holds a bachelor degree in Computer Science and Business Law from Macquarie University Australia.


Programme Committee Chair
Lemuria Carter
University of New South Wales