Monash Uni presents ‘What next for robots in public space?’

This week’s theme is public use of technology.

First it was IoT and emergencies in Lake Nona, with Verizon, now it’s Melbourne with “What next for robots in public space?”

Wed, Jun 4:00 PM AEST

Location: Flinders Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000

Details and bookings on Eventbrite here

Can’t make the gig? Find something else to do.

Free afterwork events covering everything from AI to Zoom in the Tec and The City Calendar.

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The Erosion of Medical Consent – how technology and medical research impact on agency

Harriet A. Washington, author of ‘Carte Blanche: The Erosion of Medical Consent’ online webinar.

Date: Thu, Apr 22 • 7:00 AM AEST

Book here

Check out “Removing biases from the product development process”!

Another event focusing on the drawbacks of design practice and how to compensate for it. This time Academy Xi.

Register for ‘Removing biases from the product development process’ on Eventbrite.

Date: Tue, Dec 1 • 11:00 AM AEDT

Start up slang? There’s a MeetUp for that.

StartUp Victoria, (not to be confused with LaunchVic,) started out life as a MeetUp.

Confusing? Well why not throw Eventbrite into the mix?

One of the most challenging aspects about new economy speak has got to be its tendency to use words completely incorrectly; to rebrand management tropes for no good reason; and to use the same acronyms to mean several different things at once.

This one won’t tell you which IP is which or that Agile is the new name for continuous improvement (for software developers), or that CI is referred to as ‘Lean’ everywhere else, but it will tell you enough to know whether to a start-up might be able to benefit from your existing skills and experience, and / or if you’d like to invest in one, because you’re able to judge its potential on your own terms.

Register here for the downlow on what is that person saying? Or join the MeetUp group and check out what Start Up Vic is up to in its native habitat.

Startup Success Series: Decoding Startup Slang

Friday, Nov 6, 2020, 1:00 PM

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14 Members Attending

** TO ATTEND PLEASE REGISTER VIA EVENTBRITE: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/startup-success-series-decoding-startup-slang-tickets-126961953621 ** As a new founder, you’re already taking a step into a world full of unknowns. As you build your venture and grow your network, you’re going to come across a lot of words and phrases you might not have he…

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Webinar: Board Committees

Day five of five featuring free professional development opportunities for bored directors.

Today it’s a 101 style introduction to the most common board committees. What they do, how to structure them and where they fit into the governance picture.

Register here

Up-close and Personal: Data Privacy Management

Day three of five of free PD for bored directors.

6 October – get the low down on data governance.

Check out this Meetup with Melbourne Data Governance Meetup Group

Using Video To Support The Design And Innovation Process

Free workshop. Well. All our events are free, but this one is unusual.

Design for non-techies and bonus point, using video.

Register here

Wednesday 8am AEST. The Power of Purpose: social enterprise start ups as a force for good

Innovation Bay presents The Power of Purpose – how companies are implementing impact change.
Impact-driven startups are on the rise in Australia. These are businesses with social and environmental good embedded into their business models

Details here