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11 June 2019

Join us for a thought-provoking lecture with leading futurist, author, entrepreneur and innovator, Mark Pesce. Mark has been at the forefront of the digital revolution for thirty-five years, bringing clarity, understanding and insight.

Abstract
The middle years of the 21st century will be framed by 'three partnerships' - machine-to-machine, human-to-machine, and human-to-human. Each increases capability, opening new possibilities - and new areas of law. We’re getting smarter, hand-in-hand with our machines, and all of our institutions - cultural, economic, and legal - will need to race to keep up.

'The Three Partnerships' is the first public lecture in a series of events at QUT that will explore the impact of technology on law and justice.  

In addition to Mark's presentation we will launch our new research initiative, The QUT Law Lab: Technology, Regulation, and Justice.

Register via - http://bit.ly/LawLabLaunch

Date
11 June 2019 - 11 June 2019
Time
5:30pm (Arrival) / 6:00pm to 7:30pm (Public Lecture)
Location
QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane
Room
Room-Three-Sixty, Level 10, Y Block
Cost
Free
Organisation
QUT, Faculty of Law
Email
rsvplaw@qut.edu.au
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Speaker - Mark Pesce