Once again the Australia 3.0 team challenge the ICT industry to address the key issues facing our country in meeting our digital potential. As part of a new partnership with MindHive the collaboration platform is part of the Digital Innovation Festival Thought Leaders series. Online roundtables will be online in August to September in the MindHive community signup or let us know and we will send you an invite once the roundtables open. Deep Dive Discussions will run as part of The DIF Showcase @ Hub with sessions 2.30-4pm from 28 August to 6 September.
The DIF @ Hub Melbourne: Thought Leaders Deep Dives
Participate in an open innovation collaboration between industry, academia, government and community. Thrash out ideas and explore digital innovation in a 90-minute session daily held at Hub Melbourne, opposite Southern Cross.
Mon 28 Aug 2.30 pm – 4.00 pm
Australia 3.0 is delighted to invite you to a provocative deep dive discussion exploring the challenges and opportunities for a country in transition. The Lucky Country Disrupted: Innovation, Collaboration and Competition in a 21st century Australia. Participate in an open innovation collaboration between industry, government, academia and community.
Provocateur Sandy Plunkett is joined by industry entrepreneurs and investors Leni Mayo and Keri Lee Sinclair to thrash out ideas and explore digital innovation in Australia. You won’t want to miss this!
Tue 29 Aug 2.30 pm – 4.00 pm
How do you effectively engage the crowd? Join this pop-up session to discover how MindHive has built a network of 11427 expert ‘hivers’ are engaging in online problem-solving. MindHive verified experts are university researchers, strategic consultants, government leaders, entrepreneurs, and community leaders. Collective Intelligence not only enhances a culture of innovation and collaboration, it accelerates it. Find out why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology to address problems that matter.
Wed 30 Aug 2.30 pm – 4.00 pm
Provocation: Open Innovation relies on people crossing boundaries wearing multiple hats and thinking outside the proverbial box. These digital change agents in government, industry and academia are the ‘connectors in between’ that foster collaboration and disrupt systems. Kathy Reid from GovHack Geelong and Linux Australia raised issues about the sustainability of the model – posing the question are we Peak Hackathon? This deep dive will bring together actors across the network to ask – What’s next?
Tue 5 Sep 12noon – 5pm
‘The Opportunities and Challenges of the Water Industry in a Digital World’ IoT and Australia 3.0
What are the opportunities and challenges and how do we get there in relation to:
- customer expectations
- smart infrastructure and digital technologies
- new business models and regulations
- secure data sharing
Lead by IoT Alliance Australia’s CEO Prof Frank in partnership with Pearcey Institute Australia 3.0’s Colin Farrelly will lead the Online Roundtable post the face to face deep dive continue the discussion and put ideas into action. Running from 12noon – 5 pm this is an invite-only event. Interested in attending please contact Margot Ingolby ICT Sector Development, Employment, Investment and Trade, Victoria State Government
Wed 6 Sep 2.30 pm – 4.00 pm
What should Australia’s health care system look like in 2050- a view from the healthcare consumer.
- Where should the balance of payment and responsibility lie with respect to preventative health and readmissions? (We have seen a recent trend towards hospitals and insurers being potentially held responsible for readmissions, and what about the patient? Digital health is very active in prevention/ wellness and follow up, but who will pay?).
- Ethics around health data storage and patient empowerment (What is unique about Australia’s data storage laws which favour the patient and how can they be used to Australia’s advantage?)
- To what extent should patients be able to choose which technologies are used in their health care- especially considering the current lack of appreciation for evidence and the fact that >50% of Australians are Health Illiterate. If >50% of patients are ‘health illiterate’ what do we plan do to to decrease this proportion?
MindHive Online A3.0 Roundtables
The Australia 3.0 team challenge the ICT industry to address the key issues facing our country in meeting our digital potential. As part of a new partnership with MindHive, the collaboration platform is part of the Digital Innovation Festival Thought Leaders series. A3.0 online roundtables will be run as a follow up to the Deep Dives in August to September in the MindHive community signup or let us know and we will send you an invite once the roundtables open.
Australia 3.0 is rebooting in 2017 as a flagship event of the Digital Innovation Festival with the support of the Victoria State Government