Tuesday 27 August 2019
Do emerging technologies like artificial intelligence ensure a more just world? Or do they create new forms of injustice and inequality?
This engaging discussion was presented in partnership with the Law Students Society (LSS).
Dr Lopes is an industry leader and educator in the areas of big data, machine learning, and analytical management. She has published a large body of research in applied data analysis and machine learning, and given her expertise at major companies like SAS, ANZ, PwC, and AGL Energy.
Professor Clough teaches and researches in the areas of criminal law and evidence, with a particular focus on cybercrime, juries and corporate criminal liability. He has published numerous articles in national and international journals, is the author of Principles of Cybercrime, 2nd Ed, and the co-author of The Prosecution of Corporations.
Dr Fordyce is a lecturer whose research covers the intersection of complex social constructs, like class or culture, with the advent of new technological systems. Robbie has published articles on the integration of technology into everyday life, and the use of mobile media in the support of vulnerable social groups.
Students heard from employers about the value of volunteering and why it benefits job applications. They gained industry insights from EY, Monash Health, Red Cross Australia, Australia Post and more.
What are organisations looking for when they hire graduates? What is the recruitment process like?
This session provided students with access to graduate recruiters who offered insights about the graduate market.
Organisations want employees with intercultural experience and competence. In this session students found out how to make overseas travel and study part of their Monash experience.
Experience in the workplace helps students plan their future and makes them more attractive to employers. We hosted workshops to teach students how to organise credited industry placements.
This event was an opportunity for industry partners to hear from Professor Simon Wilkie, Dean of the Monash Business School and former Chief Economic Policy Strategist at Microsoft. The evening included networking over drinks and information about a range of ways to partner with Monash University to prepare for the future of work.