Benjamin Hall | Assistant Director ICT
Australian Public Service

Benjamin Hall, Assistant Director ICT, Australian Public Service

Benjamin is a dedicated and ambitious leader who is currently an Assistant Director of ICT within the Australian Public Service where he and his section manage over 20 bespoke ICT applications, used globally, 24/7. Benjamin holds a Bachelor of Information Technology and a postgraduate certificate in Public Sector Management. As a passionate technologist, avid learner and sharer of all things technology he enjoys speaking globally about the trials and tribulations of our technology driven society. Additionally, he has won a number of awards including more recently the ACS Gold Disruptor Award for Young ICT Professional of the Year in 2019, a finalist in the Australian Blockchain Leader of the Year Award 2019 and finalist for QUT Mentor of the Year in 2018.


Day 1 @ 11:40

Enabling public value in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)

  • A forward thinking look at defining, deciding and delivering the social servicing fabric of tomorrow
  • The implications and extrapolations that 4IR technologies such as AI, Quantum Computing, DLT, IoT etc. enable in digital societies
  • Considering mass policy simulations, algorithmic bias, human synergistics, and a shoes on the table approach
last published: 16/Sep/20 08:25 GMT
last published: 16/Sep/20 08:25 GMT
last published: 16/Sep/20 08:25 GMT

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