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ICT Trends 2014 –Technology of Tomorrow

When:

Wed 22 Oct 2014, 12:00pm–2:30pm

Where: Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Corner Ann & Roma Streets, Brisbane CBD, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

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  • Standard adult: $165.00 ea
  • Early bird adult: $155.00 ea
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Event theme:

While we have come a long way since the days of computers that took up an entire room, brick-sized mobile phones and Walkman personal stereos, in some ways the future of technology has only just begun.

With ground breaking advances in 3D printing, cognitive computing and other emerging trends now upon us, Australia’s ICT industry is continuing to push the boundaries of innovation - with a wide range of exciting and world leading careers and opportunities available to us as a result.

Please join us for a two course lunch and drinks and prepare to be blown away by this year’s ICT Trends presenters, each of whom are working on some of Australia’s most incredible ICT innovations and technologies.

BRISBANE SPEAKERS

‘What is Watson?’
Presenter: Belinda Tee, Watson Solutions, IBM

‘Emerging Technologies & How They Will Impact Your Security & Privacy’
Presenter: Shara Evans, CEO, Market Clarity

‘3D Printing – A Disruptive Technology’
Presenter: Sam Canning, Lecturer at Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, Gold Coast - 3D Design, Industrial Design, & Computer Aided Design (CAD)

Event topics:

Cognitive computing – and the ways in which this innovative, futuristic technology is used today to drive businesses across a wide range of industries, with cognitive computing systems like IBM Watson now able to process natural language, interact with people, propose and evaluate hypotheses… and learn along the way.

Advances in 3D printing – and the implications which the printing of body parts and organs, food, makeup, weapons and machinery can have - socially, morally and economically.

Emerging technologies that can affect our privacy and security – and the numerous ways in which they are starting to challenge and impact privacy on both an individual and organisational level. With the sci-fi technology that was previously reserved for blockbuster movies already a reality, it’s time to raise our risk awareness.

Presented by VMware and Females in Information Technology & Telecommunications (FITT).