Technology has entered a new frontier, and in this ‘tele-everything’ world, our societies, and the lives of unique individuals are changing fast. The opportunities and potential are incredibly exciting, yet there are challenges and critical questions about how people access and interact in a world that is increasingly digital.
This session will explore two important questions. As humanity enters this New Frontier, are we remembering who we are, and can everyone access the technology that is taking us there?
Everyone who is curious about the intersection of humanity and technology in an era of AI has something to gain from this keynote speech. Attendees will be challenged to examine their definition of what ‘being human’ means, and take away the encouragement to think deeply, and be motivated to:
- Understand more about why living in a ‘tele-everything’ world poses important questions about accessibility and inclusion
- Discover why accessible technology is crucial
- Consider what it means to be human-centred and how to design for all
- Develop a deeper understanding of how people’s relationships with technology is evolving
- Explore how popular culture has influenced questions of Human Centred Design and Inclusion
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