RMIT Culture Talks: The Future of Melbourne as a Digital City

How will new digital technologies like IoT, cloud, AI/ML and blockchain, reshape our city in the future?

Presented in partnership with ADM+S Centre, with Professor Jason Potts, Associate Professor Chris Berg, Dr Alexia Maddox, and Dr Tharuka Rupasinghe. This thought-provoking discussion will examine how current technology trends – such as working from home – are increasingly moving our economic and social activity online.

How will new digital technologies like IoT, cloud, AI/ML and blockchain, reshape our city in the future? This thought-provoking discussion will examine how current technology trends – such as working from home – are increasingly moving our economic and social activity online.

You will hear from RMIT academics and learn insights from several areas of research from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S): a cross-disciplinary, national research centre, which aims to create the knowledge and strategies necessary for responsible, ethical and inclusive automated decision-making.

This event is part of the RMIT Culture Talks: a four-part series designed to translate knowledge and examine issues affecting the community in an engaging and accessible way. Each session will include RMIT academics as speakers alongside collaborators, industry representatives and community members, showcasing creative, innovative ideas and research.

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