EVENT REGISTRATION


2022 DIGITAL FUTURE SUMMIT


Registrations for the summit are now open!

The KWM Digital Future Summit is framed around the future of digitisation and regulation of data and emerging technologies. It has been designed to provide you - our clients - with a wide range of perspectives on issues in tech, data and AI.

Each session will be conducted as a webinar with links provided in your diary markers upon registration. For legal practitioners, a CPD allocation has also been assigned for some sessions to help you accrue some points ahead of the new year.

For our Western Australia and Singapore clients, we acknowledge the early starts may be a little unrealistic for you. Rest assured, all the sessions will be recorded and made available following the summit.  

To register, please complete the form:

EVENT INFORMATION
Tuesday 22 November 2022
Wednesday 23 November 2022
Sessions to be delivered by webinar
Links provided after registration
Lisa Jones
lisa.jones@au.kwm.com
+61 3 9643 5610

SESSION DETAILS
DAY 3 | Tuesday 22 November 2022
SESSION 5 |
COPING, MANAGING & THRIVING IN AN UNCERTAIN WORLD

10.00am - 11.15am AEDT

To kick off week two, we’ll hear from Atlassian’s resident work futurist Dom Price to get us thinking about what technology means for how we live, work and connect as people and organisations. Dom will provide a framework for how to think about change and transformation, what we learn and leave behind from history and look to leave everyone with pragmatic insights into how we get the best out of our teams in this complex new world. 

CPD Point: 1 Professional Skills

Speakers:
Dom Price, Atlassian's Resident Work Futurist
Kate Creighton-Selvay, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
SESSION 6 |
ENABLING FINTECH INNOVATION: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES FOR A (SAFE) TECH - SAVVY WORLD

2:00pm - 3:15pm AEDT
In a time of rapidly evolving technology economy-wide, how can we balance regulation and innovation? Regulators around the world face the challenge of encouraging experimentation within safe parameters: how to create rules and impose limitations on emerging fintech without stifling beneficial innovation? Is there a need for global cooperation and coordination? Head of the Bank for International Settlements Innovation Hub Bénédicte Nolens, Asia Pacific Managing Director of the Future of Privacy Forum Josh Lee Kok Thong and Hong Kong University Professor Douglas Arner, along with moderator KWM partner Urszula McCormack, explore the issues. Can we solve the so-called 'trilemma'?

CPD Point: 1 Substantive Law

Speakers:
Bénédicte Nolens, Head of Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Innovation Hub Hong Kong Centre
Prof. Douglas Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor, University of Hong Kong and Senior Fellow, University of Melbourne
Josh Lee Kok Thong, Managing Director (APAC) Future of Privacy Forum
Urszula McCormack, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
DAY 4 | Wednesday 23 November 2022
SESSION 7 |  
METAVERSE

10.00am - 11.15am AEDT
Why all the fuss? The metaverse was a relatively misunderstood concept in the corporate world until the last couple of years. With its rapid evolution and broadening application, businesses are now starting to fully appreciate its value, its ability to generate test cases as well as engage with existing employees and customers, or win new ones.

In this discussion, we hear directly from Meta and Microsoft on their vision, role and focus in the Metaverse. We explore the biggest opportunities and challenges for businesses and what you should be doing now to prepare. As the Metaverse expands, there will be a range of issues to navigate including regulatory, competition, data, interoperability, privacy, IP & payments. Are you ready for the new world?

CPD Point: 1 Substantive Law

Speakers:
Debbie Rosenbaum, Director & Associate General Counsel, Reality Labs, Meta
Tom Daemen, General Counsel, Asia Regional Director, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft ANZ
Berkeley Cox, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
Cheng Lim, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
SESSION 8 |
CYBERSECURITY - TODAY AND TOMORROW

11.15am - 12.30pm AEDT
Cybersecurity has long been a complex and broad ranging issue facing governments, businesses and individuals. With recent incidents getting very significant exposure and commentary, it is now the key issue for organisations and their boards in 2023. Given its implications for the Australian economy, there is a lot at stake.

In this panel discussion, we hear from leading experts, boards and business leaders on what this new heightened risk environment means for organisations and boards. What governance frameworks should they be establishing or reviewing to ensure that their organisations are best placed to mitigate the risk of a successful cyber-attack, or to respond and recover from one should it occur?

CPD Point: 1 Practice Management and Business Skills

Speakers:
Rachael Falk, CEO, Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre
Andy Penn, Chair, Cyber Security Industry Advisory Committee and former CEO, Telstra
Catherine Brenner, Chair, Australian Payments Plus and NED, Scentre, Emmi, The George Institute for Global Health
Mike Hawker AM, Deputy Chair, BUPA and NED, Westpac, Washington H. Soul Pattinson, MCA 
Cheng Lim, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
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Day 3 | Tuesday 22 November

Day 4 | Wednesday 23 November

PREVIOUS SESSIONS
DAY 1 | Monday 14 November 2022
SESSION 1 |
GOVERNMENT VISION FOR THE DIGITAL ECONOMY

10.30am - 11.30am AEDT
We’re excited to open the second digital future summit thinking big with a champion of the Digital Economy. New South Wales’ Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government, Small Business & Fair Trading Victor Dominello is passionate about digital inclusion and giving everyone a place in a more connected future. In his portfolio, this has meant driving Government services to be user-friendly as popular commercial apps, and breaking down barriers to data sharing. In conversation with KWM partner Annabel Griffin, we’ll explore his vision for Australia’s digital future.

Speakers:
Victor Dominello, Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government, Minister for Small Business, and Minister for Fair Trading, New South Wales Government 
Annabel Griffin, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
SESSION 2 |
REGULATORY PERSPECTIVES -
ASIC, ACCC &  OAIC

45 minute session with each regulator
The ever-evolving digital landscape presents enormous opportunity for innovation. Its an equally fast-moving challenge for the regulators tasked with keeping the playing-field level and the rules fair! Join us for several fireside conversations with ASIC, the ACCC and Office of the Australian Information & Privacy Commissioner where each will discuss key policy priorities, initiatives, and challenges.

CPD Point: 1.5 Substantive Law (0.5 points for each regulator discussion)
11.30am - 12.15pm AEDT
Greg Yanco, Executive Director, Markets, ASIC
Meredith Paynter, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
Max Allen, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
2.00pm - 2.45pm AEDT
Peta Stevenson, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
Luke Woodward, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
2.45pm - 3.30pm AEDT
Angelene Falk, Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner, OAIC
Michael Swinson, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
DAY 2 | Tuesday 15 November 2022
SESSION 3 |
DATA & AI FOR GOOD

10.00am - 11.15am AEDT
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to solve major human, economic and environmental challenges, but this potential needs to be balanced against the concerns around the use of AI. How do we best navigate this delicate balance and build trust between consumers, government and industry to integrate “AI for good” into our future? This session will explore the power of AI, visions for the role of AI in the future and the complexity of the AI journey. 

CPD Point: 1 Substantive Law

Speakers:
Lee Hickin, NSW AI Advisory board CTO for Microsoft
Dan Jermyn, Chief Decision Scientist, CBA
Stela Solar, Director, National Artificial Intelligence Centre
Dayle Stevens OAM, N&IT Executive Cloud, Data and Shared Technology
Bryony Evans, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons
SESSION 4 |
HEALTH - DELIVERING BETTER PATIENT OUTCOMES

11.15am - 12.30pm AEDT
This session will provide insight into what the future of healthcare might look like. We’ll explore how sharing health data can improve the patient experience, and how to ensure people can trust it. We’ll bring together professionals whose perspectives span the patient journey, to understand how better information flow between elements of the healthcare system can inform care decisions, alleviate pressures on staff, and provide an improved experience for patients. We’ll explore the challenges with the volume of information, the implications of sharing of data and the privacy and legal considerations.

Speakers:
Phillip Gould, First Assistant Secretary, Health Economics and Research Division, Australian Department of Health
Prof. Christine Bennett, AO, Strategic Advisor to the Digital Health CRC, Emeritus Professor the University of Notre Dame Australia
Dr. Steph Davis, Senior Medical Advisor, Primary Care Division
Kirsten Bowe, Partner King & Wood Mallesons
SPEAKERS

Kerry Holdings Professor, University of Hong Kong

Chair, Australian Payments Plus and NED, Scentre, Emmi, The George Institute for Global Health


General Counsel, Asia Regional Director, Commercial & Regulatory Affairs, Microsoft ANZ

Senior Medical Advisor, Primary Care Division

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government, Minister for Small Business, and Minister for Fair Trading

Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner, OAIC

CEO, Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre

First Assistant Secretary, Health Economics and Research Division at Australian Department of Health

Chair, BUPA and NED, Westpac, Washington H. Soul Pattinson, MCA 

NSW AI Advisory board CTO for Microsoft

Chief Decision Scientist, CBA

Managing Director (APAC), Future of Privacy Forum

Head of Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Innovation Hub Hong Kong

Chair, Cyber Security Industry Advisory Committee and former CEO, Telstra

Atlassian's Resident Work Futurist

Director & Associate General Counsel, Reality Labs, Meta

Director, National Artificial Intelligence Centre

N&IT Executive Cloud, Data and Shared Technology

Executive Director, Markets, ASIC
KWM EXPERTS

MAX ALLAN

Partner, Sydney


KIRSTEN BOWE

Partner, Brisbane


BERKELEY COX

Partner, Brisbane


KATE CREIGHTON-SELVAY

Partner, Melbourne


BRYONY EVANS

Partner, Sydney


ANNABEL GRIFFIN

Sub-Sector Lead, Government
Partner, Canberra


CHENG LIM

Partner, Melbourne

 


URSZULA MCCORMACK

Partner, Cross Border Finance and Technology


MEREDITH PAYNTER

Partner, Sydney


PETA STEVENSON

Partner, Sydney


MICHAEL SWINSON

Partner, Melbourne


LUKE WOODWARD

Partner, Sydney

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