Human Intelligence 2.0 – A Collective Future? How will we manage the transition?
With Lord Adair Turner (UK), Geoff Mulgan CBE (UK), Emma Martinho-Truswell (UK), Professor Kathleen Richardson (UK), Dr Simon Longstaff AO (Australia), Paul Cobban (Singapore)
Moderated by Peter Hunt AM, Investment Banker & engaged Philanthropist; Founder Women’s Community Shelters and Mind Medicine Australia
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins Ballroom
Supporting the development of STEM and Human Intelligence 2.0 skills in young women across Australia
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8:30am – The Official Opening of Ci2019 with VIPs including The Hon Martin Pakula MP, The Hon Sally Capp, speakers, performers and politicians.
Following this, each session will involve keynote speakers, a scholarship winner (60 seconds) and will be followed by a Q&A/Conversation with the audience.
MORNING TEA & NETWORKING (11:00am)
LUNCH & NETWORKING (1:00pm)
Grab a delicious lunch, connect with someone new and then join a HOT SPOT conversation with some of our speakers and other experts.
“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” Leo Tolstoy
Technology does not innovate, people do. If what we have today is a function of what we do or have done, and what we do is a function of how we think, what thinking or mindset shift will be needed to transform our business, government, health and education institutions and the way they work?
In this session, leaders from a variety of backgrounds will discuss the challenges of automation and jobs and skills of the future. They will explore the new mindsets needed if we are to transform our institutions, economy and society to be one that best positions us for continued prosperity in rapidly changing and uncertain times.
AFTERNOON TEA AND NETWORKING
Day Two Concludes (5:00pm)
Sofitel Melbourne On Collins Ballroom 25 Collins Street Melbourne
Fine food, wine, a Grand Disruptive Debate featuring Chief Provocateur Lord Adair Turner (UK), Professor Kathleen Richardson (UK), Kim Williams AM, Sam Mostyn and other speakers to be announced. The evening will also feature world class entertainment, sensational songsters Pot-Pourri and the With One Voice choirs.
This dinner will support people suffering from loneliness, depression and isolation through Creativity Australia’s life-changing With One Voice program.
Technological advancement has seen the rise and fall of many large organisations. Some have effectively reinvented themselves – challenging the stereotypical image of ponderous bureaucracies. Our public institutions and democracy itself, are also not immune from the impacts of new technologies.
These presenters will explore some of the disruptive forces bearing down on our largest companies and institutions and consider various approaches to thriving in the face of rapidly changing customer and societal expectations.
MORNING TEA & NETWORKING (10:30am)
LUNCH AND NETWORKING (12.45pm)
Subject matter HOT SPOTS around the Sofitel with selected speakers and provocateurs. Choose your area of interest and join a circle discussion.
CONFERENCE CLOSING CELEBRATION WITH SPEAKERS AND DELEGATES (4:15pm)
AFTERNOON TEA AND POST CONFERENCE DRINKS IN SOFITEL’S LOUNGE (4:45pm)
Ci2019 CONCLUDES (6:00pm)
"Without a doubt the best conference in Australia with a delightful mix of creativity and big thinking bringing together an eclectic group of industry, community and education leaders. Once again, I’ve come away enthused by new ideas, more aware of future trends, and heartened by the kindness of humanity. We all have a role to play and it should be a collective one." Kerry Anderson, Founder of Operation Next Gen
"Conferences are boring. Creative Innovation is more like a rodeo for ideas, and you are guaranteed to leave wanting to make the world better for everyone." Andrew Despi, A.kin
"Kudos to Tania for organising the the 2019 CI Conference in Melbourne - it is the best I have attended so far. All the speakers and sessions were very well-planned. I have attended many conferences and this is the first I did not have the 'luxury' to skip any sessions. Your effort in this space has truly made Melbourne a global innovation and entrepreneurship hub." Danny Ong, Deakin University
"I wanted to pass along how incredible I thought Creative Innovation was and how much your passion for life and for humanity was inspiring to all of us. It was a privilege to be included and one that I am very grateful for." John Pickering, Chief Behavioural Scientist
"Creative Innovation is a transformational platform built by changemakers for changemakers. It is an educational adventure showcasing the forefront of ideas internationally." Melissa Warner, Ci2019 Scholarship Winner & Education Officer, Mind Medicine Australia
"Creative Innovation 2019 was one of the most well-organised events I’ve ever taken part in. From beginning to the end, every detail had been planned through and taken care of. Secondly, are the production values. As a result, it was possible to attend all the sessions without suffering conference burn-out, happy in the knowledge that the next piece of content was guaranteed to delight and challenge the senses." Richard Claydon (Singapore)
"Well done on another successful Ci conference. Your energy, passion and sheer determination to ensure the conference delegates get a fantastic experience is admirable." VP People & Global Capability | P&GC, Woodside Energy
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“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