Suki Fuller (copyright Suki Fuller)

ODI Fridays: Reclaiming our time in the ‘fifth industrial revolution’

$download_content = get_field('download_content');

Details

Fri May 15, 2020 13:00
Online

Suki Fuller on why trust, ethics, social equity and the qualitative aspects of humanity will become more relevant in the next phrase of society

Join us on Zoom at lunchtime for our regular ODI Fridays talks. Once you’ve signed up, we’ll send you the link to join.

Suki Fuller, founder of Miribure and listed in Computer Weekly’s Most Influential Women in UK Tech 2019, tells us why the ‘fifth industrial revolution’ will be about reclaiming our time.

Suki says (to slightly amend US Senator Maxine Waters’ phrase), trust, ethics, social equity and the qualitative aspects of humanity will become more relevant in the next phase of society.

The 17 United Nation Sustainable Development Goals will no longer be ‘nice to have’ goals, but ‘must haves’ with number 17 ‘partnership for the goals’ at the forefront – especially as technology touches all seventeen.

About the speaker

Suki Fuller is the Founder of Miribure, a strategic and competitive intelligence consultancy and Fellow at The Council of Intelligence Fellows. Suzi has seventeen years’ experience as an intelligence advisor from chemical engineering to security. She’s lived and worked globally (EMEA, China, UK and US) within Academia, National Security, Law Enforcement, and Private Corporations.