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Business & Innovation Symposium

Submission Deadline: 19 July 2023, 23:59 AoE (Closed)

“Powering Business Transformation with Generative AI”

Connecting Stories Across Business, Technology and Community

Join fellow business executives, professionals, researchers, and production leaders for an interactive day of story sharing sessions, community networking, and technological exploration.
Ground yourself in the changing business and technology landscape, the transformation challenges, and winning opportunities for future growth.
Life is short, tech and business life cycles are even shorter, we should achieve better success early on. Walking with giants is the best strategy to succeed. We have the Business and Innovation Symposium program to help our community members on catching business and technology trends, finding the right partners, and growing the eco-systems together.
It is a one-day VIP event that explores the intersection of technology, creativity, and business. It has support from the technology community, business sponsors and the local government. It features thought leaders from multiple industries and backgrounds, allowing you to explore the future of innovation, design, and technology.
Engage in topics like:
  • Generative AI/Foundation model (FM) Technologies
  • Connecting Technologies – Combinatorial Innovation
    • Generative AI/FM + (Industrial) Digital Twin + Web3 + HCI & more
  • Connecting Technologies with Community Impact
    • Social & Economic Impacts of Generative AI
    • Responsible generative AI
    • Generative AI governance, standards, regulation
  • Connecting Technologies/Communities with Business
    • Perspectives from Business Leaders
    • Different types of Business/Tech/Community Ecosystems
    • New product architecture/opportunities enabled by generative AI
    • New business model/monetizing opportunities in generative AI

… and more!

Keynote and interactive sessions are intermingled with networking. If you are interested in speaking at the event, please submit your ideas and bio here by 19 July 2023!

Business & Innovation Symposium Co-Chair


Business & Innovation Symposium Co-Chair

CSIRO Data61

Business & Innovation Symposium Advisor

Silkroad Visual Technologies Co., LTD

Submissions are due on 19 June 2023, 23:59 AoE.

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  • Select “Create” for the Business & Innovation Symposium submission form

Please review and carefully follow the submission requirements below. Incomplete or wrongly completed submissions will not be considered. For each submission, please complete the following requirements:

Information about Presentation
  • Basic information: Title and abstract
Manage Contributors
  • List of Authors / Presenters (if any).

Please note: All entries must be uploaded to the SIGGRAPH Asia Submission System. No discs or drives will be accepted.

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