Being AI-first

Continuously influenced by so many inherently unpredictable forces, volatility is normal for business. AI-first companies, however, tackle uncertainty with greater resilience. From unlocking efficiencies at scale to gathering growth momentum, cognitively capable companies are better equipped to power greater productivity and create disruptive revenue streams. Join in the conversations around how to navigate the journey to being AI-first. Ask the questions, share the learning, take away all you need to take action.



  • DAY 1 - APAC Confluence
  • DAY 2 - APAC Confluence
  • Keynote
  • Fireside Chat
  • Spotlight
  • Panel Discussion
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Saturday, January 27th

The consumerization of AI promises us a global race for new AI models that offer innovation, choice, and accuracy. However, organizations must have a strong digital and cloud infrastructure to build successful AI solutions. The future looks uncertain with fragmented AI regulations and challenges in data usability, security, ethics, and skills. Like Infosys, enterprises can derive significant business value by adopting an AI-first approach and Infosys Topaz helps them do just that.

Session Abstract: Between economic uncertainty, new business models and ESG becoming a priority there has been a rapid emergence of AI. It is a complex agenda for organizational leaders chalking out strategic growth paths. How are the best mastering it all with a digital outlook that will pave the way for long-term relevance and resilience.

Sunday, January 28th

Session Abstract: Enterprise transformations are happening on multiple digital fronts, and CIOs must ensure that each dimension delivers value. With the emergence of new technologies such as generative AI & 5G, the only way ahead is to constantly reprioritise, reimagine and reinvent, at scale and speed.

The story of Australia's most decorated Olympians who talks about her insights to rising & staying at the top and how she is preparing to take one more dive at Gold in 2024 in Paris.

Session Abstract: Women technology leaders can bring balance from code to community. But to empower them to make a difference requires trust, advocacy and adaptability, ensuring they have the tools to help businesses grow better and ethically.

Session Abstract: Discover the importance of building a transformation culture with today's shifting workforce trends and the growing need to adapt and apply the latest digital skills

Session Abstract: A fireside chat with Nick Kyrgios, one of Australia’s greatest tennis talents in it’s rich sporting history


Greener and Better APAC Confluence 2024:
A Completely Carbon-Neutral Event

  • Carbon-NeutralEnergy-efficient equipment
  • Carbon-Neutral Composting food waste
  • Carbon-NeutralDigital branding materials
  • Carbon-Neutral Eco-friendly lanyards
  • Carbon-Neutral Global standard carbon credits

Amplifying the Future by Amy Allerton

Amy Allerton harmoniously melded her skill in digital communications design and art to offer a modern take on Aboriginal storytelling through digital art. This piece of art aligns with the Infosys purpose of amplifying human potential using technology. By showcasing the synergy between technology and art, it brings the theme of Being AI-first to life in a unique and creative way. It's a testament to the power of technology in enhancing and evolving traditional forms of expression.

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The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), also known locally as "The 'G",[4] is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria.[5] Founded and managed by the Melbourne Cricket Club, it is the largest stadium in the Southern Hemisphere, the 11th largest globally, and the second largest cricket ground by capacity.

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Here's a quick guide to help you plan your participation at Confluence.


Registration to this event is by invite only. Click on the “Register Now” button on your email invitation to complete your registration.

Should you have any queries regarding APAC Confluence 2024, we'll be happy to help. Please email the Confluence team at

Yes, you will receive a confirmation email once you successfully complete your registration.

You should fly into Melbourne Airport (MEL). The venue is approximately 35 minutes from the airport.

The conference will start with the onsite check in at 11.30 am on January 27th, 2023.

The dress code for the event is smart business casuals.

The conference is an exclusive invite only event. There is no attendance fee for the delegates.

The conference language is English. All sessions and communications will be in English.

To make a booking at the Hyatt Centric Melbourne, please use the 'Book Hotel Now' link in the registration confirmation email that you will receive upon completion of your conference registration . Please note Infosys has negotiated a special discounted rate of AUD 360 + taxes for attendees of this event from January 27-28. This is for a limited number of rooms and is available on a first-come-first-serve basis at the Hyatt Centric Melbourne.

Yes, attendees can stay at any hotel of their choice. However, with the conference being hosted at MCG, kindly keep the distance from the venue under consideration.

You may choose to extend your stay at the hotel by making a personal booking. The discounted rates will be applicable for 3 days before and 3 days after the conference for Confluence attendees through the hotel booking link (based on availability). For any assistance, please email with the subject line 'Confluence pre/post booking request'.

The hotel standard check-in time is 15:00hrs and the check-out time is 11:00hrs