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Block to the Future - exploring the disruptive force of blockchain

Association of Professional Futurists & Griffith University Law Futures Centre

Saturday, 28 October 2017 from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm (AEST)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General public or professional (Saturday, inc. Friday night dinner) 3d 12h 12m $695.00 $0.00
ISACA member or discount (Saturday, inc. Friday night dinner) 3d 12h 12m $545.00 $0.00
Student (Saturday, inc. Friday night dinner) 3d 12h 12m $295.00 $0.00
General public or professional (Both days) 28/10/2017 $795.00 $40.45
ISACA member or discount (Both days) 28/10/2017 $645.00 $33.02
Student (Both days) 28/10/2017 $325.00 $17.18
APF Member Day 1 28/10/2017 $149.00 $8.47
APF Member Day 2 28/10/2017 $149.00 $8.47
APF Member 2 Days 28/10/2017 $279.00 $14.91
Friday Night Dinner ONLY 28/10/2017 $100.00 $6.04

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                              Block to the Future - Blockchain Reaction


Block to the Future is a summit attracting leading national scholars, professionals and entrepreneurs currently working with blockchain or eager to learn about its disruptive influence on industry.  Expert speakers will examine the application of blockchain as an emerging, and potentially disruptive technology in the fields of: trust & governance, democracy & fintech.

Held at the Law Futures Centre, Griffith University, Southbank in the heart of Brisbane, this event is brought to you by the Association of Professional Futurists & Griffith University Law Futures Centre.

Who should attend?

An interactive experience with diverse panels of leading blockchain professionals means this event is perfect for: entrepreneurs, futurists & strategic planners, change agents, economists, legal & finance professionals, tech developers, government & general business people from across all industries.

Up to 11 CPD available for legal practitioners

Up to 11 CPE available for ISACA members

What will I enjoy?

The conference dinner is on the Friday night

7-10.00pm: Keynote presentation held over dinner at The Charming Squire

Genevieve Bell is a Distinguished Professor and the Director of the Autonomy, Agency and Assurance (3A) Institute at the Australian National University and inaugural Florence Violet McKenzie Chair at the ANU and a Vice President and Senior Fellow at Intel Corporation, where she most recently served as their chief futurist. Genevieve is this year’s Boyer lecturer.

Saturday comprises 3 parts:

7-8.30am: An 'Introduction to Blockchain' breakfast at the Queensland Museum hosted by Rob Hanson, Senior Research Consultant at CSIRO’s Data61

9am-12.30pm: Keynote presentions from leading influencers in the Blockchain at the Arts Precinct of Griffith University Southbank

1.30pm-5pm: Panel discussions in: Trust and Governance, Democracy and Fintech. 

Refreshments & catering are provided throughout the day.

Keynote presenters & panel chairs include:

Further information available at www.blocktothefuture.org

Have questions about Block to the Future - exploring the disruptive force of blockchain? Contact Association of Professional Futurists & Griffith University Law Futures Centre

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Griffith University, South Bank Campus
140 Grey Street
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
Australia

Saturday, 28 October 2017 from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm (AEST)


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Association of Professional Futurists & Griffith University Law Futures Centre

Association of Professional Futurists

The APF is a global community of professional futurists committed to leadership and excellence in the futures field. Our members provide unique perspectives to help people anticipate and influence the future. The Association is dedicated to promoting professional excellence and demonstrating the value of strategic foresight and futures studies for their clients and/ or employers.Futurists work in global corporations, small businesses, consultancies, education, non-profits, and government. Founded in 2002, the APF now includes more than 400 members from thirty-three countries. Further information available here: https://apf.org


Law Futures Centre, Griffith University

Law futures is reimagining the way we think about Law in the twenty first century. The rapid innovation of the modern world demands a new way of thinking. Our legal profession is being redefined as we experience new technologies, climate change, international trade and mass migration.

At Law Futures we connect an extensive array of cross-disciplinary international scholars and policy makers to solve these problems. Our members are committed to outstanding collaborative research that is responsible for global change. Further information here: https://www.lawfutures.org


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