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Inequality and Exponential Technology Panel

Mon 8 May 7:30 — 9am

Join out panel of experts to discuss how is inequality impacted by technology and how can we utilise technology to create a better future.
Ticket price: $50

All prices shown are in New Zealand dollars and inclusive of GST.

How is inequality impacted by technology? How can we utilise technology to create the future we want? How are we going to reduce ever-increasing inequality in world where technology is capable of doing more and more of our jobs? These questions have no easy answers so join our panel of leading local and international experts to discuss how we can understand, adapt and thrive in an exponentially changing world. 

This event is part of a series of six panels and events hosted by SingularityU Christchurch Chapter as part of Techweek 2017.

Speakers

Dr. O’Sullivan is a doctor, creator of revolutionary health programs, pioneer for equal health care and champion for a fairer New Zealand. He was named New Zealander of the Year 2014 and has received numerous other awards for his commitment to bridging the gap in healthcare using technology.
Lillian is CEO and Founder of Figure.NZ, on the Data Futures Partnership Working Group, on the Expert Advisory Panel of the Open Government Partnership, as well as on the board of the NZ Innovation Partnership and of NZ’s Centre of Research Excellence Te Pūnaha Matatini.
Nathaniel sits on the Global Impact Faculty of Singularity University, helping to guide the institution’s strategy and curriculum around creating massive, positive global change. He founded CODE Innovation to help organisations like UNICEF and DFiD to use technologies more effectively.
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