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In pictures: How AI will shape your organisation's future

IT leaders gathered in Perth last week to discover how artificial intelligence technologies are solving business problems across many industries today, and which solutions will dominate the landscape in the future. The luncheon was sponsored by NEC.​

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • NEC's Gordon Gay (far left), Angela Coombes and Mike Barber

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • Attendees arrive

  • CIO Australia editor-in-chief Byron Connolly opens proceedings

  • CIO Australia editor-in-chief Byron Connolly opens proceedings

  • Dr Nobuhiro Endo, chairman of the board at NEC Corporation

  • Dr Nobuhiro Endo, chairman of the board at NEC Corporation

  • Dr Nobuhiro Endo, chairman of the board at NEC Corporation

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Mike Barber, chief operating officer at NEC Australia

  • Mike Barber, chief operating officer at NEC Australia

  • Gordon Gay, general manager, R&D at NEC Australia

  • Gordon Gay, general manager, R&D at NEC Australia

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Attendees at lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

  • Audience Q&A during lunch

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