How do you judge your work?

How do you know if what you are building is the best it can be for all users?

How do we innovate responsibly and move towards a positive future where tech is useful, trusted and trustworthy?

“Don’t F@#$ the customer” and “Don’t be creepy” are past their use by dates.

The team behind the AgileAus Conference is proud to introduce ResponsibleTech Summit 2020a free online event for leaders and their teams to gain inspiration and ideas to ensure we build with intent and understand the consequences of what we deliver.

Being held on 15-19 June 2020, ResponsibleTech Summit 2020 will feature speakers including Aubrey Blanche, Global Head of Equitable Design & Impact, Culture Amp; Justine Lacey, Director, Responsible Innovation Future Science Platform, CSIRO; Laura Summers, Founder, Debias AI; Lindley Edwards, Group CEO, AFG Venture Group; and Jon Whittle, Dean Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University to name a few!

We can’t wait to explore how to ensure the tech we deliver is human-centred and built responsibly!

You can find out more and register for ResponsibleTech Summit 2020 at responsibletechsummit.com.au

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Aussie deeptech companies celebrated at Tech23 2019!

We’re still buzzing from Australia’s national celebration of deeptech innovation that was held in Sydney last week on Wednesday 23 October!

Companies from across the nation shared how they are tackling big challenges with quantum computing, next generation robots, clever climate change solutions, inspiring healthtech and so much more.

Our future needs deeptech!

After eleven years of Tech23, people often ask what have we learnt over the years. The answer is lots! For example…

Australia’s future is deep!

Over ten years ago – when the GFC was looming and the Federal Government’s support for innovation was ‘under review’ –Tech23 was born. At the time, Cicada was the main game in town, Sydney Angels was just forming, and the University of Sydney’s Incubate and the University of Melbourne’s MAP were still a few years away from being established.

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