Public Lecture with Mark Sparvell

Fremantle 15 Jul 2019

Implications of Artificial Intelligence on the Workplace: Promises, Problems and Possibilities

Please join us on campus for a public lecture presented by Mark Sparvell from Microsoft Education.

Mark will explore the future of jobs, tapping into the collective knowledge of those best placed to observe the dynamics of the workforce. As new technology adoption drives business growth, new job creation and the augmentation of existing jobs, what are the implications, opportunities and challenges for employers and employees?

Thank you for your registration.  We look forward to seeing you there.

Date: Monday 15 July 2019
Time: 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Venue: The University of Notre Dame Australia,
Tannock Hall of Education (ND4), Corner of Cliff & Croke Streets, Fremantle

Free public lecture – all welcome.

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  • Mark Sparvell

    Mark Sparvell is a global award winning educator from Australia with extensive expertise in education transformation and the role technology can play in extending, augmenting and accelerating human potential. In his current role with Microsoft Education, Mark leads research and evidence projects that contribute to the education professions’ understanding about how to best prepare young people for the future.


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