TechWeek23 Panel Event

Unlocking the power of AI and machine learning to drive innovation and business impact

Engage in a lively discussion on harnessing AI and ML to foster innovation, extract valuable insights, scale seamlessly, and make a tangible impact on your business.

Date and time: 
Wed 17 May 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Virtual + In person

Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland
Fronde, 1 Albert Street, Auckland CBD (Level 1 - The Commons)

Join us and our expert panel to delve into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) across various industries.

Learn how the right AI and ML tools can expedite growth and ensure your business thrives in areas such as customer experience, communication, productivity, security, and data management.Reasons to attend:

Why attend?

  • Understand how AI and ML are transforming today's business landscape
  • Discover how various companies and departments utilise AI and ML to enhance productivity, innovation, and generate insights
  • Gain expert advice on the ideal approach to AI and ML for your business

Our panel of experts

Hear from experts from Stuff, Google and Misfit Digital as they discuss the future of AI and ML in New Zealand - more panellists to be announced.

  • Katija Vlatkovich
    CEO and Founder - Misfit Digital
  • Christopher Mende
    Head of Technology - Google Cloud NZ
  • Andrew McPherson
    Chief Technology Officer - Stuff
  • James Valentine
    Chief Digital Technology Officer - Fisher & Paykel Technologies
  • Azhar Mohammed
    Lead Solution Engineer - Salesforce (NZ)


  • 3:30 pm - Arrivals / registrations for in person attendees
  • 4:00 pm - 60 mins panel discussion including Q&A (Livestream begins)
  • 5:00 pm - Drinks & networking (on-premise only)

Light refreshments and nibbles provided

Secure your spot today!

Whether you can join us in person, or online, don't miss out on securing your spot today!

Register to secure your seat

KPMG - 2019

Globally, investment in AI, along with machine learning and robotic process automation technology, is set to reach $232 billion by 2025.