With job losses to AI predicted in the millions, coding is one skill that looks futureproof. How much do you need to know to stay relevant and add value to teams and projects working with code-driven innovations?
Come and have a peek into the ‘black box’ and hear from our expert panellists who share insight and answer any questions.
Sarah Hindle, (General Manager, Tech Futures Lab)
Along with panellists:
Lilian Grace (CEO and Founder, Figure.NZ)
Dr Mahsa Mohaghegh (Founder, She# and Senior Lecturer, AUT Computer & Mathematical Sciences)
About Future of Work New Zealand
The future of work is a hot topic right now and set to stay that way for a long time to come. This group is for those who want to explore how technologies like automation, robotics and artificial intelligence are shaping how we work, where we work and the skills we need to work.
With conflicting information from the experts leaving plenty of room for debate around what impact technologies will have, now’s the time to start the conversation about how we are going to adjust our social and economic structures in light of this new reality.
This group is for those who share an optimism for the opportunities technology presents while appreciating the need for debate, discussion and boldness as we approach huge societal change. Never before has there been such an opportunity to recast the social contract, to eliminate poverty, cure diseases and have fulfilling lives spent doing what we want to be doing. It’s in our hands whether we make this the greatest thing that humans have ever done or history’s biggest missed opportunity.
When and Where
Wednesday 17 April 2019
5:30pm to 7:30pm
Tech Futures Lab
22 McColl St