Risks in a Transforming Society. Society is rapidly changing, driven by advances in science and technology, artificial intelligence and digital disruption, and exacerbated by changes in government policies, a rapidly evolving world order, changes in work patterns and wealth distribution. These fascinating developments pose associated risks which are diverse and present both challenges and opportunities. It is important that, as leaders, we understand these changes and risks.
The 2018 ATSE – UUSC Luncheon Series at the Union Club features outstanding leaders in the broad field of Risks to inform and entertain you on our fascinating future. Join us to hear Dr Adrian Turner, CEO of Data61 and co-chair of the Australia Cyber Security Growth Centre, discuss the broad challenges and opportunities facing Australia today.
Adrian is a successful and influential Australian technology entrepreneur who has spent 18 years in Silicon Valley. He is CEO of Data61, the largest data innovation group in Australia. also co-chair of the Australia Cyber Security Growth Centre (AustCyber), a member of the Board of Directors for the Australian eHealth Research Centre (AeHRC) and is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Digital Economy.
Most recently he was Managing Director and Co-Founder of Borondi Group. Prior to this, Adrian was co-founder and CEO of smart phone and Internet of Things security company Mocana Corporation, had profit and loss responsibility for Philips Electronics connected devices infrastructure, and was a keynote speaker at the 2017 AFR conference. Adrian was also author of the eBook BlueSky Mining, Building Australia’s Next Billion Dollar Industries.
Dress code: Jacket and tie, tailored trousers and dress shoes for men; smart business attire for women
Registrations close 12pm Monday 19 March 2018. Late registrations will not be accepted.
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