Monday 15 June: 9:15am - 9:55am
Is responsible innovation the pathway to responsible tech?
Monday 15 June: 10:00am – 10:40am
Every organisation needs a Chief Entrepreneur
Monday 15 June: 10:45am – 11:25am
Data Policy – why it is important in this new world of AI and Machine Learning
Monday 15 June: 11:30am - 12:10pm
Responsibility + regulation: taking on big tech
Monday 15 June: 12:15pm - 1:00pm
Why do we still need to make a case for Gender? Is data and tech the solution?
Tuesday 16 June: 9:15am - 9:55am
The four horsemen of unethical technology
And even when it’s not, getting the ethics right when it comes to technology can be undermined by a series of background beliefs, norms and myths that need to be unlearned before any genuinely ethical technology can be developed. In this session, learn how to bust the big myths that lead to unethical technology, and find ways of unworking them in your teams, organisations and thinking.
Tuesday 16 June: 10:00am – 10:40am
The elusiveness of ethics: encoding fairness in an unfair world
Tueday 16 June: 10:45am – 11:25am
In conversation: Bridging the gap between the roles in responsible tech
Tuesday 16 June: 11:30am - 12:10pm
Responsible Tech starts with teams, tribes and scaling culture
Wednesday 17 June: 9:15am - 9:55am
Let's get real: how can we actually embed values and ethics in software?
Wednesday 17 June: 10:00am – 10:40am
Designing Calm Technology at human scale
Wednesday 17 June: 10:45am – 11:25am
The emerging safety considerations of robotics
Wedneday 17 June: 11:30am - 12:10pm
Creating the next normal: remote Agile governance
While some had no remote working capability at all, others were able to successfully enable their whole company to work from home. However, once the initial shift was made, few have clear processes or procedures in place for how to work together remotely over a sustained amount of time. With traditional Agile leadership and governance structures specifically designed to help teams excel when they are co-located, what can you do when that’s not possible?
As the ongoing impact of COVID-19 continues to emerge, organisations with Agile teams are among the best-positioned to succeed, given their ability to adapt to a rapidly changing business environment. With organisations focused on their ability to maintain profitability and survive, effectiveness and efficiency counts greatly. But to sustain the effectiveness of their Agile teams, leaders must now overcome a new challenge.
Attend this interactive workshop to learn:
- The compelling need for Agile governance
- Transitioning from onsite to remote governance
- Overview the pillars of remote governance
- Radical Transparency
- System of Work
- Leadership Intent
- Performance Data Science
- The remote obeya - tying it together
- The future of remote work - why it's here to stay!
Thursday 18 June: 10:00am – 10:40am
Responsible Automation: Understanding the social aspects of Automated Decision-Making
Thursday 18 June: 11:30am - 12:10pm
Building more ethical AI targeted marketing systems
Thursday 18 June: 12:15pm – 1:00pm
Rapid design and delivery of COVIDSafe
Friday 19 June: 9:15am - 9:55am
Optimising focus & mastering distraction
Have you ever felt that despite being organised, rested, reasonably in
control, and knowing what you need to do, that you still have untouched goals and uncompleted tasks?
This interactive mini-workshop invites you to dive into:
- Insights from neuroscience: the brain’s hardwiring for distraction and novelty and how this plays havoc with our productivity.
- Exploring the importance of deep work and strengthening our attentional intelligence.
- Hick’s Law and implications for saving time with email.
Friday 19 June: 10:00am – 10:40am
Personal Kanban has just two rules, visualise your work and limit your work in progress. This sounds simple, and it is.
During this ~45 minute workshop, you will create your own Personal Kanban to visualise your work.
The key learning objectives are:
- Understanding why there are only two rules of Personal Kanban
- Understanding how visualising your work can help you better articulate your tasks
- Learning how limiting your work in progress can help you to get more tasks finished
- Learning which contexts are best for
Who should attend?
introducing Personal Kanban in the
- The workshop is designed to introduce the key workplace.
Friday 19 June: 10:45am – 11:25am
Individual performance is irrelevant
The performance of an individual is much less important than you think it is.
Attend this interactive talk to hear from a former Olympian on the distinction between team VS individual performance and why it’s important to optimise both for success!
Friday 19 June: 11.30am – 12.10pm
Building ethical AI systems
How can we design, implement, maintain and govern ethical AI systems?
This workshop will explore the key considerations for individuals and organisations that want to embed ethics into their AI.
The key considerations include:
- Quantifying Intent
- Modelling Impact
- Balancing Objectives
- Testing and iterating
- Responsibility and Governance.
Please note: This course does not require technical skills such as coding or statistical skills. It is designed for people involved in the development, procurement or oversight of AI systems such as managers, project leads, product managers, user experience designers and data stewards. The course will also be useful for data scientists and software engineers.
*Program is subject to change