Man vs Machine…Are robots challenging humans?

Man vs Machine…Are robots challenging humans?

20 Feb 2018, 10:40 - 11:35

Theatre
Language:
English

In a world that’s quickly becoming more motorised and automated, are robots really the future? Can they be taught human qualities such as intuition and emotion? Can the power of our mind be used to power a machine?

Hear from the fascinating Dr Jordan Nguyen who has changed the world by creating mind-controlled technology.

You’ll hear from Australian filmmaker and thought leader on intuition, Bill Bennett, on whether or not intuition is something that can be ‘programmed’.

Joining the discussion will be Casey Hyun globally recognised trend futurist and former chief designer for Hyundai on how the design of machines are integrated into our lives and what that means for human beings.

Moderated by technology futurist Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen, who will examine how we can prepare for an unknown future.

This session brings some remarkable thought leaders together to ponder questions within our ever changing world and in particular the intersection between technology and humanity.

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Contributors

  • Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen

    Moderator

    Dr Jenine Beekhuyzen created waves in the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industry by spearheading the ‘Tech Girls are...

  • Dr Jordan Nguyen

    Speaker

    Dr Jordan Nguyen is an acclaimed thought leader on the intersection between technology and humanity. Jordan’s inventions are actually changing the...

  • Bill Bennett

    Speaker

    Bill Bennett is an award-winningAustralian filmmaker who narrowly avoided tragedy by trusting his intuition. Since then, he’s interviewed business...

  • Casey Hyun

    Speaker

    Casey Hyun has been recognised internationally for his award-winning automotive designs, working alongside manufacturers such as Hyundai, Audi, Ford,...

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