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Digital meets data meets AI – is there room for people?
Thu. 10 November 2016, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm AEDT
In an increasingly digital world, we are often told how jobs will change as the human contribution is increasingly mechanised, automated, digitised and replaced by an array of increasingly intelligent technology. But how are we responding to this? Are we planning our workforce and skills of the future – or are we simply in denial? How will our evolutionary behavioural characteristics play out as we, as humans, struggle to find our place in a world increasingly dominated by pervasive data, hyper analysis and machine intelligence? Will it all work out in the end – or are we creating a global digital disaster? Are we beyond reason?
Jon Cumming, Chief Digital Officer - ACT Government
Jon Cumming was appointed in 2015 as the ACT’s inaugural Chief Digital Officer. Jon’s mission is to drive the digital agenda and lead the whole of government digital strategic direction to ensure that the ACT Public Service is digitally innovative, dynamic and capable in its service to the community.
Prior to his return to Canberra, Jon held the position of Chief Information Officer for the New Zealand Department of Corrections and transformed the Department’s approach to IT with the creation and implementation of a new digital Technology Strategy.
Jon has a rich background in Information Technology with experience gained in Sydney, Canberra, the UK and New Zealand. His roles have included consulting, IT investment management, transformation program leadership and Solution Centre Management - in industries ranging from telecommunications through to the Health Sector.
Venue: Mantra on Northbourne, 84 Northbourne Ave, Canberra City 2612
Date: Thursday, 10th November 2016
Time: 5:00pm for Registration & Networking, 5:50pm Start for 7:00pm Finish
Fee: Free for all IIBA members and Non-IIBA members.
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