You don’t have to be a futurist to see the effects of near-constant connectivity, automation and machine intelligence. Looking around, you might wonder - what are humans good for? What types of intelligence do we need not just to make a living, but to make a life in a world where robots are eating our jobs?
Join our Professor of Connectivity Darl Kolb as we explore the new role of humans in a world full of machines.
Professor Darl Kolb is a pioneering theorist on socio-technical connectivity and the first ‘Professor of Connectivity’ in the world. Darl received his PhD in organisational behaviour from Cornell University and has been a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge.
His main research interest is in the area of managing personal and organisational connectivity for performance and well-being. Prior to becoming an academic, Darl worked as an Outward Bound Instructor throughout Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Alaska. You can now find him in at the Graduate School of Management within the University of Auckland Business School
6:30 PM @Mezze Bar | 9 Durham St E, Auckland, 1010
* No age restrictions if accompanied by a legal guardian