Tuesday 14th November 6.30 – 11.00pm
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins, Grand Ballroom
25 Collins Street, Melbourne
Q&A: What is unique about the human experience and intelligence in the age of machines?
Fine food, wine, a Grand Disruptive Debate featuring Scott Anthony (USA), Patrycja Slawuta (USA), Raymond McCauley (USA), Zenia Tata (India), Neil Harbisson (USA), moderated by Associate Professor Rufus Black. The evening will also feature world class entertainment, sensational songsters Pot-Pourri and the With One Voice choirs.
This dinner will support people suffering loneliness and isolation through Creativity Australia’s life-changing With One Voice program.
OR contact (03) 8679 6000 to book individual tickets and tables.
This dinner will support Creativity Australia’s With One Voice program. Donations received will go towards supporting the participation of disadvantaged people in the life-changing With One Voice social inclusion programs. Creativity Australia supports isolated people. Loneliness is the global epidemic of our times and leads to mental and physical health issues and economic disadvantage. More than 2 in 5 people feel socially isolated and unheard. Creativity Australia’s inspirational programs support people dealing with depression, disabilities, unemployment, homelessness, domestic violence, ageing and migrant status to feel a sense of belonging and connect to their community.
There are a host of incredible opportunities to partner with us on this world class innovation event. If you are interested in becoming a partner or creative collaborator for the upcoming conference, please contact:
“Remarkable, mind blowing, brilliantly choreographed – easily the best conference ever and I’ve been to plenty. Truly wonderful and amazing.”
Jim Grant, Partner, Dattner Grant
“Thank you for a challenging and rewarding couple of days. The quality of the team you had at the conference was extraordinary! These events will change people and thereby the world.”
Craig Carolan, Director Private Wealth, ANZ
“I came to learn – I came away inspired! Best conference ever.”
Paul Duldig, University of Melbourne