West Convention Centre / Tickets Required
British Columbia is home to a richness of communities, natural resources and biodiversity. It is also one the world’s most competitive and dynamic places to do business. With both natural resources and technology sectors thriving in BC, there is the opportunity to bring together thinking and to work with First Nations, Government and Industry to ensure mutual benefits and values can be realized and maintained now and for future generations.
Finger Food Studios CEO Ryan Peterson will be sharing the stage with Hon. Scott Fraser, BC’s Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, and First Nations representatives to discuss these exciting opportunities. Ryan will give his perspective on the current state of BC’s tech ecosystem and how companies such as Finger Food Studios are using the convergence of technologies in Internet of Things, augmented reality/virtual reality, robotics and artificial intelligence to help transform industries. By collaborating, we can take advantage of these technologies and seize the opportunity to increase communication and collaboration. Investing in innovation will create jobs, have a positive impact on the social environment and continue to enable stronger relationships between First Nations, governments and industry.
Please join us in this engaging and thought-provoking conversation at the AME Lunch on January 22, 2018.