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Dr Alan Finkel AO at Ci2016 – “Where today’s ingenuity might take us”

In this talk Alan Finkel explores Australian ingenuity using examples of key Australian innovations in the field of currency and business finance.

Prof Stephen Heppell (UK) at Ci2016 – “Leading the change in Learning Innovation”

In this talk Stephen explores the link between technology and education in order to build schools of the future using learning innovation.

Scott Anthony (Singapore) at Ci2016 – “Dual Transformation: Becoming the Next Version of Yourself”

In this talk Scott explores Dual Transformation, an approach that encourages business to transform and innovate in order to avoid being disrupted.

Martin Ford (USA) at Ci2016 – “The Rise of the Robots–Threat of a Jobless Future”

In this talk Martin deliberates how robots are taking over the jobs of the future and questions whether we are prepared for this disruption.

David Gonski at Ci2016 – “How to transform our fear of failure to become an innovation nation”

In this talk David invites the Ci2016 audience to embrace failure and to go outside of their comfort zone in order to become more innovative.

Prof Hiroshi Ishiguro (Japan) at Ci2016 – “Interactive robots and the future of society”

In his talk Hiroshi outlines what a society with humanoids might look like and gives the audience a glimpse into the process involved to create human like robots.

Patrycja Slawuta (USA) at Ci2016 – “Hacking Failure: The Psychology of Basic Human Fears”

In this talk Patrycja encourages the Ci2016 audience to embrace their fears & hack failure.

Ramez Naam (USA) at Ci2016 – “Exponential Disruption meets Exponential Organizations”

In this talk Ramez urges the Ci2016 audience to think exponentially to solve some of the biggest challenges of our time.

Prof Rufus Black at Ci2016 – “The innovation we need to avoid the politics we don’t want”

Professor Rufus Black outlines the need to redesign the Australian economic system.

Dr Abigail Allwood (USA) at Creative Innovation 2016 (Ci2016) – “The First Female Martian”

Australian NASA scientist Dr Abigail Allwood is now one of 7 principal science investigators in NASA’s next mission to the red planet

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