Technology and innovation are rapidly changing the roles we perform and the way we work. Digital platforms, AI and automation are disrupting and changing every industry and profession. To be held in Sydney on 30 October, the National Future Work Summit will analyse the challenges ahead and provide attendees with the insights to prepare their organisation or institution for the 4th industrial revolution.
Building on the successful Melbourne Summit in May, the National Future Work Summit is coming to Sydney as part of Spark Festival! With a focus on the current AI approaches that business, education, technology and entrepreneurial leaders are actioning today, the one-day Summit is Australia’s premier event in 2018 for bringing together industry leaders to discuss and better understand the future of work.
This unique event will showcase industry-leading keynote speakers and thought-provoking panels on the future of work. Looking at emerging business and future tech, the Summit will bring together experts from a range of backgrounds including government, recruitment, startups, education and the corporate world, including:
The Hon. Ed Husic, Shadow Minister for Human Services and the Digital Economy
Ben Wong, Academy Xi
James Spencely, Airtasker
Dom Price, Atlassian
Andrea Myles, China Australia Millenial Project
David McKeague, Curiousthing.io
Michael Priddis, Faethm
Sally-Ann Williams, Google
Annette Sweeney, UK Government Digital Service
Jordan Hatch, Austrade
Louise Watts - HPC Global
Krista Jones, MaRS Discovery District, Toronto Canada
Phil Morle, Main Sequence Ventures
Julie Trell, muru-D
Emma Hogan, NSW Public Service Commission
David Barnett, Pearsons
Anne Moore, PlanDo
Wayde Bull, Principals
Liz Jakubowski, ribit.net
Alex Scandurra, Stone & Chalk
Anne-Marie Elias, The Chief Disruptor
Murray Hurps, UTS
Professor Attila Brungs, UTS
Tom Moore, WithYouWithMe
With more to be confirmed, in what will be an unmissable day of conversation, connections and outcomes.
Join the future work discussion today!