Infor is participating to Future Talent Conference, 2018 on March 22nd to The Royal Geographical Society, London
February 6, 2018
Changeboard's flagship Future Talent Conference has become the leading event in the UK to discover how to address the major Future Talent business issues of our time. Join us for a day of ten brilliant keynote speakers. Connect and network with over 750 leaders from the worlds of business, human resources and society to learn in an inspiring way.
The term "Fourth Industrial Revolution" was coined by Klaus Schwab at the World Economic Forum in Davos to describe the digital revolution that is set to define our future lives. The advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another.
Schwab goes on to describe the impact on people, saying that this revolution "will change not only what we do but also who we are. It will affect our identity and all the issues associated with it".
As well as reviewing the business, economic, cultural, social and health impacts of AI, we will also examine how we can re-boot the human operating system. The agenda of the conference aims to explore the skills that we will all need, as individuals and organisations, in this brave new world. Wellbeing, mental health, diversity, inclusion, social mobility and creativity are some of the levers that can unlock our individual and collective ability to thrive. We'll explore how.
Jim Carrick-Birtwell, Co-founder & CEO, Changeboard
Register now to join us on Thursday March 22, 2018 for an incredible programme of TED-style keynote talks and discussions.
- Website: http://ftconference.changeboard.com
- Date: Thursday, March 22nd
- Location: Royal Geographical Society, London
- Theme: Skills' to thrive in the Fourth Industrial Revolution - A day packed with stimulating thought leadership will explore the themes of skills, wellbeing and inclusion in the face of an artificially intelligent-driven digital revolution.
- Speakers : Speakers include diversity champions Sir Lenny Henry, and Deborah Frances-White, RSA chief executive Matthew Taylor, mental health campaigners Alastair Campbell and Geoff McDonald.
- Registration Link: https://www.regonline.com/registration/Checkin.aspx?EventID=2025360