Past event: Build Brains Better
This presentation, Build Brains Better: Science-Inspired Investing for Brain Health and Skills for the Future by Dr Harris A. Eyre MBBS, outlined new approaches to building brains better at global, national, state and regional levels, and the implications of the emerging ‘brain capital’ paradigm.
Held on: Wednesday, 10 November 2021: see the video here
Technology is changing how we think, work and live. QUTeX's Real World Futures program keeps track of what this means.
What is Real World Futures?
Thought and creativity will become the individual’s most important assets as technology shapes a future with new ways of working, playing and connecting...
Digital tools and machines will replace many process jobs over the next decade. They will create both efficiency and dislocation, requiring businesses and employees to think differently ...
The connected society is already changing the way we work and relate to each other. The latest mobile devices put what we once would have called a supercomputer in every pocket or handbag...
Some concepts so simple, yet so powerful and so immediately beneficial.Jennifer St George
The Leadership for Coaching and Mentoring program was a very powerful opportunity for me learn, and to grow as an individual.Peter Carne The Public Trustee of Queensland
I have grown as an individual, challenged myself with new concepts and ideas, and been able to integrate and apply my learnings to enrich my career.Vanessa McCormack
The format for the day and the facilities were greatI enjoyed participating in the ELP. The module I completed covered some important key leadership topics. I think the balance between teaching and small group activities was perfect at creating a good learning environment.Matthew Cox Hastings Deering (Australia)
Navigating Transformative Technology – A Case Study in Artificial Intelligence, Autonomous Vehicles and Robotics.Prof Melinda Edwards with Prof Michael Milford Real World Futures event