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Sydney Tech Talks

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TECH TALKS III

by Sirius Technology

Salesforce, Artificial Intelligence & Virtual Reality


But Siriusly, let's talk tech! Our TECH TALK continues and you should definitely come by.
Join us on Thursday, November 1st for an evening full of inspiring discussions, drinks and canapés at our Sydney Sirius HQ .
We are happy to announce that we were able to host three amazing speakers for our event who are going to talk about Salesforce, Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality.


    



EMILY
With a strong community focus, Emily has been involved with the Salesforce User Group community since 2013. Currently running the Sydney chapter of Women In Tech, Emily focuses on encouraging more women into Tech. Working with large enterprise clients, non-profits, start-ups 
and 70+ successful projects to date, Em works across multiple technology platforms and is an asset when defining platform strategy.


JOSHUA
Over the last 5 years, Josh has been working for Amazon and AWS, starting as a Cloud Support Engineer and working my way up to Solutions Architect. He loves seeing the world invent their way out of problems and being part of the solution motivates him. In his current role, Josh works specifically for the Australia and New Zealand Public Sector, where he works with NGO’s, Health, Government, Research and Education to develop Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence and help change the way these organisations interact with the world. 


WINNIE

Winnie is a web developer, social anthropologist and virtual reality artist. She is passionate about technology as a tool that can advance the bounds of human experience and improve people's lives — particularly with VR. She runs workshops to teach people how to create art with VR, advocates for women's involvement in technology and is drawn to understanding the ethical implications of emerging technologies. Winnie likes to cook, travel and plan surprises for friends.


SAVE THE DATE


Date: Thursday, November 1st, 2018
Doors open: 5.30 pm
Address: Level 3, 45 Clarence Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000


We look forward to seeing you there!