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Plenary 6 - Industry 4.0 Implications for the Process Industries

Plenary 6 - Industry 4.0 Implications for the Process Industries

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Bringing together industry leaders, this panel will consider the advancements taking place across the process industries as they move to embed industry 4.0 technologies to improve performance, responsiveness, quality, safety and reduce waste. The panel will also discuss how to manage the risks and assess the trustworthiness of artificial intelligence (AI), as humans increasingly move away from the decision making process.

Liz Hallifax CEng MEng, Global Operations Risk Authority – Supply Chain, Unilever and member, ISO standards committee on ‘Artificial
intelligence trustworthiness’

Hon Trish White AM, Director -SlingsbyTaylor, Board Member, Engineers Australia &Forum Leader, Industry 4.0 Adv Manufacturing Forum

David Noon, Chief Executive Officer, GroundProbe

Sue Keay, Chief Executive Officer, Queensland AI Hub

Mr John E Lee, Consultant, John Lee Engineering Consulting (Session chair)

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