Free

AMAZE Day 3 - Speaker session 1

Event Information

Share this event

Date and Time

Location

Location

Commonwealth Bank Place – North building, Plaza area

1 - 11 Harbour Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

View Map

Event description

Description

Be amazed by our inspirational speakers and topics in the first speaker session on Day 3 of AMAZE.

Memory as a service (Chris Dancy) Upgrading your life by hacking your sense of time. Technology has twisted our relationship with time beyond recognition. What started as a 24-hour news cycle has morphed into a perpetual now, relentlessly grinding away at our civility. Humans are evolving our first new sense as cyborgs, chronoception. Just as real as sight, taste, touch, sound, and smell, this new visceral time sense is abruptly stunting our ability to communicate with each other. Explore the emerging tech landscape of chronobiology.

Building an army of Everyday Innovators and Improvers (Jesse Arundell). Over the last 18 months, CommBank has established a world-leading open innovation practice, known as ‘Unleashing Innovation’, that democratises innovation and harnesses the collective intelligence of each and every one of our 52,000 employees to drive new innovative ideas and continuous improvements across the Bank. Join us at AMAZE to learn more about the army of “Everyday Innovators” that the Bank has built through ‘Unleashing Innovation’ and what big ideas and improvements have been brought to life directly from the power of our people.

Robotics and automation (Dan O'Neill). We’ve all read the headlines: "Robots and automation will destroy our jobs" and "The robots are coming." In this candid session, Dan will share the experiences and approaches CBA is taking to embrace automation and robotics. The outcome is already delivering “a path to utopia” for our workforce and not the doomsday scenario some commentators and analytics are predicting.

Date and Time

Location

Commonwealth Bank Place – North building, Plaza area

1 - 11 Harbour Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

View Map

Save This Event

Event Saved