Media interested in attending TechLeaders Forum 2022 are invited to register now, with Ed Husic, Minister for Industry and Science to deliver one of this year’s keynote addresses.
Interested media can register to attend by following this link for the event, which will be held at the Fairmont Resort in the Blue Mountains on August 21 and 22.
This year’s event focuses on world-changing emerging technologies and their potential to alter how we work, live and play. Also speaking at the event is Anthony Murfett, who is Head of Technology and National Security for the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources with responsibility for advising the Australian government on this new tech frontier. Toby Walsh, Laureate fellow, and professor of artificial intelligence at the UNSW will discuss ethical considerations around AI, and will be joined by Angela Kim, director of data analytics and AI at Deloitte. Meanwhile, world-renowned Quantum computing expert Professor David Reilly will also present to the attending media. More speakers to be named shortly, with topics to be covered also including blockchain innovation and crypto, cyber security, digital transformation and more.
“This is a time of incredible technical change that presents unprecedented opportunities for positive change, but which also presents huge challenges,” said Influencing CEO Phil Sim.
“Journalists and analysts have such an important role in presenting the myriad of issues surrounding these changes, and TechLeaders offers them the chance to step back from the day-to-day reporting grind and look at the bigger picture and build new connections and sources.”
The event starts at 11:30am on Sunday at the Fairmont Resort in the Blue Mountains.
Already, more than 20 of Australia’s most influential journalists and analysts who cover the technology space have registered. As well as our keynote speakers, presenters will include leaders from technology vendors who will present their insights into key market changes and issues. These sponsored speaking slots are still available, and interested companies should contact Mike Woodcock at email@example.com for more information.