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02.10.20

[Like Talk] Humanity 5.0 The future of our Human Potential

Explore the future with Hager Forum on 3rd November 2020 from 9.00 to 9.45 am

We are in the midst of an intense change cycle. Forecasting lab FutureScape 248 envisions that in the next six to nine months alone, we can expect to see the type of acceleration in the use of digital innovation by companies that would normally roll out over a two-year timeframe. Organisations, governments and citizens now have to reframe, exhibit resilience and adapt to a new reality. So, which innovations will enhance our capability, use technology for social good and create a lasting impact on organisations, society, and citizens?

This is what you will discover on November 3rd during this live conference!

On the agenda
Shivvy will embark on a 30-minute talk about human centred Innovation and present some fascinating breakthroughs:
o   Emotionally Aware Artificial Intelligence
o   New types of business intelligence tools
o   Augmented reality and how it will become common in our everyday life
o   The future of work and the skills needed to address future challenges
15 minutes will be dedicated to Q&A via our online chat. If you already have questions you would like to share, you can post them here.

The speaker
‘Human Potential’ and Innovation Futurist Shivvy Jervis is committed to sharing the most remarkable advances that will both advance humanity and change how we do business. Focusing not just on technology, she also uncovers the most meaningful breakthroughs from science, psychology and sociology. Shivvy's research and broadcasts have won over 22 industry accolades, including a Britain's Asian Women of Achievement award and she was voted one of Europe's female trailblazers. She is also a four-time award-winning trend forecaster and founder of the ambitious FutureScape 248 lab.

“Uniquely addresses tech in a meaningful and human-centred manner. Shivvy is a thought leader beyond compare.”
William Hoffman, Head of Data World Economic Forum

Why such a conference?
Part of Hager Group, Hager Forum is a window on the outside world, a place of inspiration and experimentation. It offers discovery of new trends, in the areas of industry, design, organisations, technologies, etc. With Hager Forum’s conferences, innovation and entrepreneurship are stimulated at all levels of our organisation. Exploring the future will help Hager Group innovate and participate in the changes of tomorrow.

How to register?
You can follow the talk via live stream (the link will be sent a few days before the event).
Click here to register : https://hf_humanity50.eventbrite.fr and select “Ticket / Billet – Livestream – Online / en ligne”.

Date: 3rd November 2020
Time: 09:00 to 09:45 (CET)
Language: English

A replay will be available on the Hager Group YouTube channel a few days after the live event, with subtitles in French and German. 

Join us from 9.00 to 9.45 am on 3 November 2020 for this inspirational talk. 

See or review our previous conferences

Uniquely addresses tech in a meaningful and human-centred manner.

William Hoffman, Head of Data World Economic Forum

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