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TOP TECH TRENDS DEBATE

TUESDAY 1ST SEPTEMBER


Following sell-out events over the past two year, the Top Tech Trends Debate is returning in 2020. This year, we're taking it online!

Unlike anything that currently exists in Australia, the Top Tech Trends Debate showcases the visions of five leading industry professionals. They pitch their ideas on the next big thing, and the audience votes.

The event is a replica of the Top Tech Trends event that has been successfully run by the Churchill Club in Silicon Valley for 20 consecutive years. Bringing it to Melbourne last year was a hit, with 170+ attendees.

The event also features as a headline event for the Emerging technologies powering investment stream of the State Government of Victoria's Digital Innovation Festival.


WHY YOU WANT TO BE AT THIS EVENT



Be a part of the audience which will help shape the top tech trends whilst learning how these emerging technologies are set to impact our lives. It’s an opportunity to peer inside the minds that are investing in our future, to understand how they see our world.

Each speaker will deliver one trend that must meet the following criteria:

Are not obvious today, but may well be in the future; and

There'll be an explosive impact in these areas in 3-5 years time.

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2019 TOP TECH TRENDS DEBATE



Last year’s debate was a huge success and sold out with over 250 guests in attendance at PwC Australia. Biohacker extraordinaire, JJ Hastings, impressive background in bioscience includes positions as Director of Alpha Space, lecturer at RMIT and the University of Melbourne, and Director of x0.lab.

Discussing the rapidly accelerating market for synthetic biology (a market with an estimated global valuation of almost $14b by 2026), Hastings captured the audience’s attention with her impassioned explanation of the power of bio-manufacturing.

With the power to optimise existing productions of biological materials and organisms, she proposed that AI and machine learning will be able to create entirely new materials – ones that have never existed on Earth.


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