What’s next? How could emerging ICT technologies disrupt the best-laid plans of policy makers? A dinner debate about how ICT will change the way universities, companies and governments think.
21st Century Innovation: How ICT will change the way universities, companies and governments think
A dinner debate organised by Science|Business
Improving the way Europe innovates is high on the political agenda in Brussels these days – but more foresight is needed on how the nature of innovation is likely to change in coming years, due to new technologies.
Data-intensive science, the ‘Fourth Paradigm’ in scientific research, collaborative innovation, crowd-sourcing – these are all trends already underway and already having an impact on policy. But what’s next? How could emerging ICT technologies disrupt the best-laid plans of policy makers?
Science|Business is organising a dinner debate on the topic, with an intimate group of leading academics, industry and policy officials.
Featured Guest: Dan Reed, Corporate Vice President, Technology Policy Group, Microsoft