Sightings from the Edge - September 17
September 17th, 2014 by Eddie Harran
Every fortnight, Deloitte Centre for the Edge AU brings together a short collection of sightings from the edge of technology, business and society. To learn more about the centre, follow us on Twitter.
Are you a now-ist?
September 3rd, 2014 by KItty O'Leary
On arrival at the Centre for the Edge in January, Chief Edge Officer Pete Williams used the term ‘now-ist’ to describe his role at Deloitte. At the time I was unaware of the saying, yet in the months since the word has come to define why I love working in technology and what I aim to achieve.
Sightings from the Edge - August 27
August 27th, 2014 by Peter Xing
Every fortnight, Deloitte Centre for the Edge AU brings together a short collection of sightings from the edge of technology, business and society. In this special guest edition, Peter Xing has put together a post solely related to the topic of Artificial Intelligence. To learn more about the centre, follow us on Twitter.
How can wearable tech transform and enrich our human experience?
August 25th, 2014 by KItty O'Leary
I recently attended my first Churchill Club event in Melbourne. Brendan Lewis, who runs the Club, is the ‘Representative for London’ in Australia. I say this to put in context the wonderfully eclectic mix of folk who attended. On reflection, it makes sense that someone who managed to secure a gig jollying back and forth between London and Melbourne for ‘work’ has notably interesting friends! The topic up for discussion was Wearable Technology.
Innovation and Regulation in the Digital Age event recap
August 18th, 2014 by Frank Farrall
I recently facilitated a panel discussion at the CEDA event Innovation and Regulation in the Digital Age. The panel included Phil Chronican (CEO Australia - ANZ), Professor Jane den Hollander (Vice-Chancellor - Deakin University) and Richard Royle (Executive Director - UnitingCare Health Group). All three speakers discussed how digital innovation is currently disrupting their respective industries and how they are responding to this disruption. The speakers also talked about regulatory obstacles in regards to digital uptake and areas where policy can help the development of digital services. Below is a brief video that highlights some of the key learnings and takeaways from the event.