Expected to be the biggest and best yet, the Creative Innovation 2019 (Ci2019) conference will explore the theme ‘Human Intelligence 2.0 – A collective future: How will we manage the transition?’ in Melbourne, Australia, between April 1st-3rd.
Described as the place to imagine and prepare for the future, the 8th annual innovation summit will welcome hundreds of leaders from business, government, academia, community, not-for-profits, media and the arts.
Prominent keynote speakers – visionary innovators, futurists and global leaders – will share insights, hold masterclasses and spark conversation and debates around themes including leadership, ethics and governance, automation, AI, robotics and the future of work, education and entrepreneurship, science, technology and the pace of change.
“More than ever before, we need to develop the skills of Human Intelligence 2.0, foster collective leadership, lateral thinking and inspiring initiatives to manage the massive transition ahead. And leaders need to be deeply aware — right now, not down the line — of the transition taking place,” says Tania de Jong, who founded the conference after spotting a gap in the market for highlighting how creativity can help business.
To buy tickets or for more information on the innovation summit, please visit the Ci2019 website.