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In his welcome, Anton Roux discussed the evolution of the ADC Education Summit, a key part of the ADC’s ongoing focus on disruption and opportunities in education. With the amount of change sweeping education globally, ADC brought together leaders from across the education sector and other key stakeholders, for two days of discussions. Download Here This report is provided as an example of ADC Forum initiatives. Contact Us to request orders from the full catalogue of out of print reports.
In June 2014 ADC Forum gathered the most extensive group of Australian and International leaders and decision makers to develop a shared vision and action plan for development of Australia’s northern regions. This Northern Development Summit; a non-partisan forum for Participants to shape this defining national project. Participation provided the opportunity to: Contribute to the creation of an action plan for the North to influence Government policy Build strong networks and direct connections to national and regional investors Hear directly from and communicate with key national decision makers Connect with a credible independent platform that is respected by governments and … Read more
How do we take concepts of AI and bring them into real world scenarios? Dr. Joanna Batstone talks about how IBM are using data for social good, with a focus on health care. By using AI techniques for medical imaging, computers can help with early detection and diagnosis of cancer by inspecting thousands of skin images. In this way, big data has the potential to transform healthcare and make a difference in the lives of everyday Australians.
Since Brexit indicators from other major European countries indicate that surprisingly, Europe seems to be moving more towards a political equilibrium rather than a tearing up of the social fabric which is what we are seeing in the U.S and Britain. Europe is in the Goldilocks period the U.S has just emerged from, where economic activity is decent and improving with a growth rate of 2% over the last two years. Economist Anatole Kaletsky speaks at the Australian Leadership Retreat 2017.
Gregory Copley speaks at the Australian Leadership Retreat 2017. We are heading into a period of sudden and rapid change. We will see major population decline around the world in 30 – 40 years and this concentration of human numbers and disposition will drive everything. It’s not something that is unfamiliar in historical terms and if we understand historical processes we can understand it. New countries will emerge and countries will disappear – we need to learn from the past to understand how this works. The future holds a new economic model but it’s nothing we can’t handle.