The next two decades will play a critical role in shaping the world’s digital future. What does this future have in store, and how will digital megatrends...

New Horizons: The Future of the World, What Will Happen by 2040?

Location:

Level 6 Terrace Entrance (Circular Quay West Side)
2000 NSW
Australia

Venue:
Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia
New Horizons: The Future of the World, What Will Happen by 2040?
New Horizons: The Future of the World, What Will Happen by 2040?

Speakers

Stefan Hajkowicz

Dr. Stefan Hajkowicz

scientist in strategic foresight at CSIRO

As a principal scientist in strategic foresight at CSIRO's Data61, Stefan's job involves exploring future trends, risks and scenarios to help people plan for change and make wiser choices. Stefan's research background is in geography, economics and decision theory. He is widely published in the international research literature. His works have been cited in over 1,800 publications by other authors.

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Event Details

The next two decades will play a critical role in shaping the world’s digital future. What does this future have in store, and how will digital megatrends change our lives? We might not have a crystal ball, however we can introduce you to Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, an internationally renowned expert in strategic foresight. Join Stefan for a fast-paced, research-led and entertaining treatise on the future of a digital-enabled world. Explore some of the biggest factors transforming how we live including artificial intelligence, blockchain, privacy, cybersecurity, robotics and more.

Dr Hajkowicz leads the Insight Team at Data61, a group of researchers who compile and analyse trends, risks and scenarios about the future to help governments, companies and communities make wiser choices.

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Access and Inclusion

For more accessibility information see the Vivid accessibility map.

  • Wheelchair accessible - Access to the venue is suitable for wheelchairs (toilets, ramps/lifts etc.) and designated wheelchair spaces are available.