Auckland and Melbourne, December 2017
Design of interaction patterns for knowledge validation and trust building
Auckland, September 2017
Interaction and collaboration of humans and intelligent machines
Auckland, June 2017
Human scale computing
Melbourne, March 2017
Auckland, December 2016
Making information interactive
Auckland, September 2016
The potential and limits of clinical decision support systems
Auckland, March 2016
Design and development of tools for effective self-care
Auckland, December 2015
Is there a place for barter?
Auckland, September 2015
How do we need to redefine economic progress? What is value?
Auckland, June 2015
Growing New Zealand’s contribution to a sustainable world
Overall goals and expectations
- Industry participants gain first-hand insights into the work of academic researchers coming from a broad range of different and complementary disciplines.
- Direct access to domain experts who are conducting research and development activities within academia or within industry. By encouraging participants from the primary industries and the healthcare sector, and by not focusing exclusively on technology companies, the conference provides a context that allows technology developers to meet with researchers and with prospective users of innovative technologies.
- Collaborative development of open source models that provide a skeleton for solution integration across organisational boundaries.
- Concrete opportunities for innovation, as needed in partnership between multiple organisations.
- Researchers may get impulses for collaboration with peers in other domains and with industry practitioners.
- Technology developers may get inspired by the latest academic research, and they can directly bounce their ideas off potential clients.
- Organisations in the primary industries and in the healthcare sector may articulate their current needs, and validate their thoughts with researchers and technology developers.