TECHNOLOGY TURBULENCE 2019
Possibilities - Opportunities - Implications
Understanding emerging technologies is necessary for confident decision-making.
New technologies are emerging at an increasingly rapid pace, with profound effects on commercial enterprises, all levels of governments, consumers and private citizens. Remaining current with technological developments presents unprecedented challenges for business leaders and government decision makers. Although technology turbulence creates unimagined possibilities for businesses and public sector organizations, not fully understanding new technologies can lead to inefficiency and missed opportunities from fear of negative disruption or security
This intensive two-day conference will showcase the most recent technological innovations of critical importance to private and public sector organizations, with a focus on immediate practical applications. Specialists and subject matter experts will present the latest technological developments and review each topic from the perspectives of potential opportunities and anticipated impacts for entrepreneurs and public sector professionals.
PRELIMINARY CONFERENCE AGENDA
DAY 1 - MORNING
KPMG Keynote Panel on: The Use of Innovative Technologies to Disrupt and Transform Business Models
Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Robotics
DAY 2 - MORNING
David Dixon, Global Lead-Fraud & Financial Crime, Watson Financial Services Solutions, IBM
DAY 1 - AFTERNOON
Presentations by Transport Canada and RCMP
Presentation by the Canadian Wireless Telecommunication Association
DAY 2 - AFTERNOON
Peter Sloly, Former Deputy Chief of the Toronto Police Service, Partner and National Security & Justice Leader at Deloitte
Sponsorships and Exhibitors
The University of Ottawa Professional Development Institute is accepting offers for sponsorships. The conference will also feature an exhibitor space.
For further information, please contact PDInstitute@uOttawa.ca.