The SEI Emerging Technology Center helps the government stay on the edge of technology. With an agenda aimed at real-world, business-critical decision makers, and a lineup of experts unequaled at other technology events, the Rock Stars of Emerging Technologies is an obvious investment for any organization interested in influencing the future of emerging technology.
Typically, Australia punches above its weight when it comes to entrepreneurial thinking and ideas (and sport!); delegates to the 2016 Emerging Technology Symposium will learn of some exciting new problem solving ideas they can take back to their own businesses and organizations.
From an IT perspective one of the most salient facts of these emerging technologies will be the massive amount of additional digital data to collect and the need for new hardware, software and robust standard networks to collectively make it all work.
Emerging technologies are closely associated with the future of knowledge work because they play key roles in shaping and transforming how knowledge work will be conducted and how companies in various industries will have to adapt and in some cases rethink their business model end-to-end.
Speakers include Justin Herman, digital communities and open government lead at the General Services Administration and Terah Lyons, former policy adviser at the White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy, who will talk about policy and collaborative efforts in AI in the federal community.