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Australia as a Technology led Economy after the 2020 Pandemic
DIF2020 Pearcey Institute Roundtable
Australia as a Technology led Economy after the 2020 Pandemic: Enabling a Resilient Future
The 2020 Pandemic and resulting economic shutdown is one of the greatest challenges that our government and society have faced in many generations; we must address them together if we are to be successful.
The Pearcey Institute hosted a roundtable discussion as part of the Victorian Digital Innovation Festival that asks;
“Have we been inadvertently presented with an opportunity to be bold and dramatically make changes to the way we adopt technologies that facilitate new ways of working and socialising?”
“How do we seize this moment to measure and force the continued engagement of new technology to build a stronger Australia?”
'“Can we form new levels of partnering & collaboration between Industry, Academia and Government to capitalise on these opportunities and move Australia into the top ten global technology-based economies?”
- Bronwyn Le Grice, CEO ANDHealth
- Jess Perrin, Head of Social Innovation and Digital Inclusion
- Dr Ian Oppermann, Chief Data Scientist and CEO of the NSW Data Analytics Centre.
- Adjunct Prof. Stephen Alexander, Hult International Business School
- Prof. Malcolm Thatcher PhD GAICD, QUT Business School Prof.
- Stewart Marshall, Mr SaaS
- Matthew Newman, Applied AI Ethics & Founder TechInnocens
- Ian Dixon, Managing Director, DIXON Partnering Solutions