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Navigating the Ethics of Emerging Technologies
THIS IS A PAID EVENT - PLEASE REGISTER AT Emerging technologies are radically novel and typically experience rapid growth with an explosive impact, however also bring with them uncertainty and ambiguity. They have the potential to impact our wealth distribution, our food and water security, personal privacy and basic human rights - for good and bad. So how can we ensure these technologies are developed in pursuit of the betterment of society and individuals, rather than to the exclusive benefit of a few actors. Join us for a frank discussion around navigating the ethical impacts of emerging technologies including: - The role of ethics in developing emerging tech - The conversations executive and management teams should be having - Formulating standards and policies to address ethical issues - Respecting data privacy & security Panelists: TBA Ticket price includes drinks, light refreshments and a copy of the event report.

Central Melbourne (CBD) exact location TBC

Central Melbourne (CBD) exact location TBC · Melbourne

Respond by: 14/11/2018

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    What we're about

    At the Churchill Club, we believe that emerging technology has the power to shape the future for the better. By promoting discussion around emerging tech and bringing people together, we are positioned to help businesses and individuals innovate and drive growth in their industries.

    We’re committed to helping industries seeking to understand and implement emerging technologies to solve problems, as well as supporting the creators of emerging technologies to develop solution that industry want.

    A collection of like-minded, curious professionals, we come together to contribute, learn and develop within the emerging tech space. We’re focused on collaborating and making the most of these potentially industry-shifting technologies of the future.

    We value and appreciate people from all industries and all walks of life ­­­­– seeking to support each other by combining our respective skillsets in an open forum.

    We facilitate events and discussions with the industry thought leaders – and we invite you to join us the conversation.

    Past speakers include founders and executives of major companies such as Sausage Software founder Steve Outrim, Hitwise Founder Adrian Giles, Founder of Atlassian Mike Cannon-Brooks, Chief Inventor of REA Group Nigel Dalton, GM of Big Data Analytics at Telstra Mark Moloney, Executive Director of Research for Melbourne Health Professor Ingrid Winship, Chief Executive of The Clean Energy Council Kane Thornton, CEO of ITS Australia Susan Harris, and more.


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