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Liberating the human in tomorrow’s workplace

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It's time to augment our creativity, innovation and human-centric skillset with machine intelligence.

Tomer Garzberg is a visionary speaker with a unique perspective on the technology, tools and necessary creativity that are shaping our future.

Tomer is a Future of Work ‘todayist’, taking real business challenges and reimagining how work should be done using emerging technologies. As a technology entrepreneur for over a decade, Tomer has worked across continents with some of the world’s most notable companies, blending the worlds of data, AI, behaviours and creativity. He is a TED speaker, IBM Global Entrepreneur and a Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow recipient.
Current Work

Tomer Garzberg is the CEO of, a multilingual voice AI that uses simple commands to automate comprehensive work tasks for frontline employees. Prior to ybot, he led an automation skunkworks, delivering innovative artificial intelligence and robotic process automation solutions for enterprise and government organizations.

Tomer is a sought-after expert on machine intelligence in the workplace and is working to pioneer a world where machine intelligence can be trained to execute on enterprise operations, leaving humans to do what they do best-be human and the driver of change, rather than the afterthought. As Tomer argues, humans are not optimised for work, and business is hurting because of it.

Tomer has contributed to GQ Magazine, the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age among other publications and has also appeared as a guest on Channel 7's Sunrise.

Talking Points

Practical AI in the workplace, minus the hype

Getting the most (happiness) from a human workforce

The workplace of tomorrrow

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