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Panel discussion: How do we drive more innovation through collaboration across strategic areas that will define Australia’s competitive advantage, relative to the rest of the world, in a climate conscious era?
Quick Fire Showcase
In three minute quick-fire rounds, find out how small businesses are partnering with universities and CSIRO and the impact that has had on their business.
Experience firsthand the innovative products and business models that are coming from small businesses across NSW. Meet and greet the entrepreneurs behind the innovations and the researcher that are helping them come to life.
Hacking SME/Uni Collaboration
Interactive panel that demonstrates successful collaboration strategies and tactics to improve collaboration between small business and academics.
Innovate Hear meetup at Venture Cafe
Each fortnight hearing researchers, technologists, healthcare providers and industry representatives connect at Venture Cafe to engage in broad range of hearing and related initiatives - from knowledge-sharing, to demos, user-testing and practical workshops.
What happens when transformative innovations we create have negative consequences? We’re already seeing instances of bias in AI - based on demographics like gender, race and age - emerge across vision and speech recognition applications. So what practical frameworks can we put in place to ensure the same ethical, safety & risk frameworks that apply to all other aspects of life are fundamental in shaping the beneficial evolution of this technology?
Join Macquarie University’s award-winning Professional and Community Engagement (PACE) program to look at new integrated models for workplace learning and to understand the different ways organisations are tapping into university-intern talent.
Join Rumpus Co-Founders, Lizzie and Caitlin, as they explore the latest in research around Play in the workplace, and the impact of Play on team cohesion and psychological safety. You'll learn new tools you can try with your own team, and explore the quantifiable benefits of incorporating Play into the workplace.
Council is preparing Ryde’s Local Strategic Planning Statement (LSPS), a blueprint for the future of your local area.
We want to know what’s important to you, what you love about your area, and what you need more of, to make sure that we are planning for your needs and priorities.