Dr Sue Keay

Making governance problems easy to solve with Dr Sue Keay - Episode 7

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Today on the Take on Board podcast, I'll be speaking with Dr Sue Keay.


Sue set up the world's first robotic vision Research Center, and she now leads CSIROs data 61 cyber physical systems program.


Last year, she developed Australia's first robotics roadmap, highlighting how advances in robotics and AI will impact on every sector of the Australian economy. With a PhD in geo science and an MBA, Sue combines science with business. She has an interest in entrepreneurship and disruptive technologies and she started QUTs social robotics program.


Sue serves on the board of the CRC for optimizing resource extraction, Women in Robotics International and the expert advisory panel of Queensland AI.


She's been recognized as one of Robohub’s 2018 ‘25 Women in Robotics You Need to Know About’ and as one of Queensland's Most Influential People in the Courier Mail Power 100.


As a superstar of STEM in Australia, she's responsible for bringing the Grace Hopper celebration to Australia. She tells Helga how this shy girl transformed into an AI powerhouse.


Boards Sue is on:

CRC: https://www.crcore.org.au/

Women in Robotics International:


Contact Sue or find out more about her: https://au.linkedin.com/in/sue-keay-b9a8933


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