The Gardiner Dairy Foundation will bring together Australia’s key industry players for its annual Dairy Leaders Luncheon this Thursday, 2 March to explore the theme “Riding the exponential wave of change”.
Committed to fostering thought leadership, the Gardiner Dairy Foundation has secured exponential technology expert, Kaila Colbin as the keynote speaker to challenge guests to question how technology can revolutionise Australia’s dairy industry.
Guests will enjoy Kaila’s insights from her extensive involvement at Singularity University, providing predictions on how artificial intelligence, robotics, and nanotechnology can be adopted to solve some of the dairy industry’s biggest challenges.
Singularity University is an inclusive global community, based in NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley, that strives to solve the world’s biggest challenges with technology.
Chief Executive Officer of the Gardiner Dairy Foundation, Mary Harney said that the increased availability of technology for the Australian agriculture industry is a thrilling prospect.
“Technology advancements will substantially impact the Australian dairy landscape. Emerging and new technologies will provide expansive benefits to the industry, its dedicated farmers, manufacturers and supply chain partners, with positive flow-on effects to local communities.
“At the Gardiner Dairy Foundation, we are committed to hosting thought leadership events that provide dairy leaders the experience and knowledge that will allow us to build a vibrant dairy future,” said Ms Harney.
Kaila Colbin has impressed crowds with her in-depth and engaging presentations around the world. Current and previous roles include introducing the SingularityU Summit to Christchurch in New Zealand; Chief Organiser of TEDx Christchurch; and a Certified Consultant of ExO, a technology adoption consultancy.
The Dairy Leaders Luncheon will take place on Thursday, 2 March 2017 at Queens Hall, Parliament House and will host Australia’s emerging and established dairy industry leaders.