Automating frequently followed procedures is the new big thing, but what you can automate, versus what you should automate might surprise you.
Check out ‘What should I automate?’
The million dollar question.
Mon, Aug 9 • 1:00 PM AEST online
Artistic Licence Innovation is a sole trader consulting firm specialising in service design and start up projects.
In 2021 we helped the Choir of Hard Knocks become accredited as a mental health provider in Queensland, remotely from Melbourne during Covid, a national first in social prescribing.
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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.
Harriet A. Washington, author of ‘Carte Blanche: The Erosion of Medical Consent’ online webinar.
Date: Thu, Apr 22 • 7:00 AM AEST
Timely guidance from a respected coach.
Lack of controls?
No public benefit or proportional value?
Waste of money?
Actually, these are the dark side of the public sector, full stop.
If you think that innovation is ‘throwing money at ideas’ – that’s not new, and it’s not innovation.
Online lessons in how to handle and what the differences are between an acknowledgement and a welcome.
Check out this Meetup with Data Science Melbourne here.
Help out from home.
Australian Volunteers Abroad have a new initiative. Remote volunteering.
Moreland Council goes online. You can too!
An all day event applying Amazon.com’s innovation lens to education.
The persistence of Myers Briggs, despite what the evidence says.
Article shared from Inside Story.
If you only do one thing this Xmas to get yourself ready for the New Year, go and check out design thinking.
It’s free. It’s catered. It’s how to network, when you’re not really into that kind of thing. Go!