In this short video, futurist and bestselling author Michael McQueen explores the 5 key trends that will shape the workplace of the future
In this keynote speech, Shara goes a bit dark side — talking about security and privacy: and it can get a little bit scary when describing the things that can go wrong, and in some cases how technologies and people’s trust have already been weaponised.
In this mega session, delivered at the Society of Women Engineers November 2019 event in Anaheim, CA, futurist Shara Evans talks about how technology will impact jobs, security, and privacy as well as providing incredible business opportunities to commercialize these concepts into innovative new products and services. Shara will explore big picture items such as what will it mean to be human in the age of pervasive technology.
Topics covered in this speech include smart cities, future modes of transport, space travel, artificial intelligence (in its many forms), examples of jobs of the future, and the future of humanity - including brain implants, stem cell therapies, nanobots, and genetic engineering - along with the many new jobs and challenges that will emerge as we adopt these technologies.
In this keynote speech, Shara takes you into the world of AI + Robots and how they’re impacting businesses + what this means to you in your role organisation - as well as sharing with you some of her thoughts on Jobs of the Future and the Future of Humanity.
Workforce Planning and Talent Development Branch interviewed Shara Evans, who is recognised as one of the world's top female futurists, fusing her engineering background with an intuitive understanding of how society is likely to respond to new technologies. Here's what she had to say about how technology will impact the way healthcare is delivered in the future and what organisations should be thinking about to plan for disruption.
The fourth NSW Health Workforce Forum, hosted by the Workforce Planning and Talent Development Branch was held on the 23rd September 2019 at the City Recital Hall featured guest speaker Shara Evans. The forum brought together over 280 employees from across NSW Health to discuss emerging workforce priorities in culture, talent and technology.
The program had a range of speakers to disrupt thinking. In this keynote Shara Evans outlined how emerging and future technology that will impact on healthcare.
The Pathcast is an interview series with tech and business experts, discussing the good, the bad and the ugly of business and provides actionable steps for you to implement from the ground up.
In this episode of the Divercity podcast host Julia Streets interviews Dr Catriona Wallace, a leading authority in artificial intelligence and Founder & Executive Director of fintech firm Flamingo.AI, the second only woman-led businesses ever to list on the Australian Stock Exchange.
SoundCloud: Street Talk Episode 8 – Futurist Shara Evans at the LJ Hooker Event (audio podcast)
In this short video clip, bestselling author and trend forecaster Michael McQueen challenges the assumption that left-brain STEM subjects are the key to future-proofing young people. Looking at the latest research, Michael explores why skills in creativity and originality will be of far greater important in an age dominated by Artificial Intelligence and robotics.
Futurist Shara Evans delivered the opening keynote speech at NSW Health's "Our Future Workforce: Exploring Culture, Talent & Technology" forum in Sept 2019.
Futurist Shara Evans delivered the closing keynote speech at the BreastScreen Radiographer and Counsellor Symposium in Sept 2019.
From big data and analytics, to image recognition, voice recognition, emotion recognition and robots, AI is set to be part of our daily lives in new and unexpected ways.
In this episode of the Smart Community Podcast, Shara Evans (Technologist, Futurist, Keynote Speaker and Self-Proclaimed Sci-Fi Geek) discusses her background, how she transitioned from technologist to futurist, and what sparked her interest in the Smart Community space.
The world of crypto currency is exciting, fast moving, and still a bit risky in terms of valuation, hacking of digital wallets and exchanges or losing your password (and access to your crypto account). In spite of these risks, early products such as Bitcoin, Ethereum and many other digital currencies are currently being used or trialled around the world.
It's a bumpy ride ahead, says noted Australian economist Saul Eslake, but perhaps not as bad as it could be.
Disruptive technology isn't the only threat to the real estate industry. Technology's effect on people is where the most transformative disruption is taking place. Whether it's buyers, sellers or those providing services at every step of the real estate journey, technology is making people more connected, informed, empowered, demanding, impatient, even narcissistic.
If you ask a banker what the biggest threat to their industry might be, the answer would likely be "blockchain"... the ominous-sounding technology that powers cryptocurrency and is proving something of a headache for banks trying to innovate their way out of the red tape of the past.
But that's only half the story...
In this keynote speech, delivered at the Tourism Innovators Conference technology futurist Shara Evans describes how the emergence of the world wide web was a game changer for the travel industry — spawning airline websites with online booking portals, price comparison sites for flights and hotels, social reviews of tours, hotels, and anything travel related.
In her plenary keynote speech at CeBIT 2016, futurist Shara Evans talks about "CyberCrime: From Sci-Fi to boardroom threat - where the challenges lie in the digital future."
I’ve been thinking about the issues that I’m likely to find myself talking about at conferences and events across the coming year. Here are ten things that I think are set to shape and shape the global and Australian economies during 2016.