Thursday 10 June 2021 from 6pm to 7pm
Accompanying the revolution of transformative biotechnology and quantum computing, what ethical questions do we face?
Who will develop and have access to the technology, how will users engage with it, how should it be regulated, and who should decide? These are just some of the ethical considerations posed in this thought-provoking discussion.
This discussion will be led by Ilana Wisby, CEO of Oxford Quantum Circuits, who will be joined by a panel consisting of thought leaders to explore the many dimensions of ethics in a technological world.
Ilana Wisby, CEO, Oxford Quantum Circuits
Dr Gavin Knott, Lab Head, Monash University
Dr Lisa Dive, Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Sydney Health Ethics), University of Sydney
Professor Gavin Brennen, Director MQ Centre for Quantum Engineering, Macquarie University
Holly Ransom, CEO, Emergent
Visiting Entrepreneur Program
This event is part of the Visiting Entrepreneur Program, produced by the City of Sydney in collaboration with the startup sector and technology industry. The program is an annual City of Sydney initiative that connects international entrepreneurs with our local startup ecosystem. The 1-10 June 2021 program puts a spotlight on transformative technologies tackling major global challenges, with an emphasis on biotechnology and quantum technology. See the full program at city.sydney/vep #VEPSyd.
This event will include live captions. The City of Sydney aims to deliver inclusive and accessible events. If you have any access needs, please call 02 9265 9333 or email email@example.com and let us know in advance.
Sydney Quantum Academy's vision is to build Australia's quantum economy. Collaborating with academia, industry and government, we will harness Sydney's collective quantum expertise to develop diverse talent and a globally recognised quantum ecosystem.