FuturesNow offers the space to come together and consider how digital technology can influence and shape our future.
FuturesNow is an ideas platform for the creation and sharing of visions about the future
University of Limerick (UL) is inviting members of the public to a series of free online seminars where industry leaders will share their insights on topics from war and digital tech, food security, zero carbon emissions to the future of healthcare and smart ageing.
FuturesNow, is an ideas platform for the creation and sharing of visions about the future. Founded and co-led by Dr Annmarie Ryan at the Kemmy Business School.
Five seminars will take place next week between 7th and 8th April examining the areas of ‘War and Digital Technology’, ‘Food Security and Zero Carbon Emissions’, ‘Disrupting Future Healthcare’ and ‘Smart Ageing’.
The speakers include John Maughan, Chief Product Officer of HaloCare, Peacekeeper and author Col. Colm Doyle (Rtd.), Connor Mc Ginn, Co-Founder and CEO of Akara Robotics, Dr. Nat O’Connor, Senior Public Affairs and Policy Specialist at Age Action Ireland, Anne Griffin, Allied School of Health University of Limerick, Stan O’Neill, Managing Director of The Compliance Group, Professor Damien Thompson, Department of Physics University of Limerick, John Spink, Head of Crops Environment and Land Use Programme at Teagasc.
“Digital technology is changing our futures at a very rapid pace. The world we experience today would have been difficult to imagine even 20 years ago so what FuturesNow offers is the space to come together and consider how digital technology can influence and shape our future,” Dr Annmarie Ryan.
All events are free and open for registration now HERE
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