Creative New Zealanders are using new tech to invent a future that's good for the world. See it come to life in Wellington on 24 May.
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What's it all about?

Technology is rapidly changing the way we live and work, and ensuring the impact of that change is good for humanity is a complex, creative endeavour. New Zealand's creative industries are filled with innovative thinkers and tinkerers who are searching for warys to solve some of the world's biggest challenges using technology as a creative tool. Join us in Wellington, a hub of creativity, on 24 May and meet the innovators who are inventing a better future.

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Augmented Reality
  • Creative
  • Gaming
  • Virtual Reality
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Cathy Stinear is a clinical neuroscientist, developing new tools for predicting and promoting recovery after stroke. She’s also part of the Creative Thinking Project, with an interest in the neurobiology of creativity.
A trained psychologist with more than 20 years of clinical practice and research in play theory, Denise Chapman Weston is a “Playologist”: an expert in the science of play and engagement.
Frances Valintine (CNZM) is a thought-leader in emerging and disruptive technologies and has 20 years’ experience across business, technology and education. She is the founder of The Mind Lab and Tech Futures Lab.
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5.00pm - 6.30pm
Networking function
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