The Future …What’s happening and how will it change our world?

The Future …What’s happening and how will it change our world?

21 Feb 2018, 10:40 - 11:35

Theatre
Language:
English

In an ever-evolving world, what are the next big ideas that will change life as we know it? From Artificial Intelligence (AI) to self-driving cars, the way humans interact and trust technology will have an enormous impact on our everyday lives and, in particular, how we do business.

Moderated by leading financial journalist, Alan Kohler, you’ll hear from sought after futurists such as technology innovator Matthew Michalewicz and Dr Hugh Bradlow, who’s had a 22-year career with Telstra as chief scientist and future technologies ‘scout’. Joining the conversation on what the future might look like is ethical trends and social commentator Clare Payne.

This session is a must for those keen on staying ahead of technology trends and knowing how emerging technologies will see businesses and societies evolve in the near and distant future.

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Contributors

  • Alan Kohler

    Moderator

    Moderator: Alan Kohler is one of the most recognised and trusted Australians in finance media today. He has been editor of the Australian Financial...

  • Matthew Michalewicz

    Speaker

    CEO

    Complexica

    Matthew Michalewicz has 20 years of hands-on experience in entrepreneurship, innovation, and success psychology. He is currently the CEO of...

  • Dr Hugh Bradlow

    Speaker

    Dr Hugh Bradlow served 22 years as Telstra’s Chief Scientist, and is globally recognised as a thought leader in telecommunications. He’s President of...

  • Clare Payne

    Speaker

    Clare Payne isglobally recognised as a thought leader in ethics in finance, Clare Payne led the establishment of The Banking and Finance Oath, a...

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