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Will robots steal my job?

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What will your job look like 10 years from now? Dr Giverny De Boeck and Dr Xavier Parent-Rocheleau will help you to understand the impact of ongoing technological transformation on the future of your work.

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Join Dr Giverny De Boeck and Dr Xavier Parent-Rocheleau for Research Rumble 2020.

Wednesday 1 April 2020
5.30pm to 7.30pm
St Georges Terrace Precinct, 137 St Georges Terrace, Perth
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Hear Curtin debunk some common myths and facts about automation and robotisation and join our debate on the challenges related to artificial intelligence. We will also invite one of our partners to talk about how technology has transformed an entire profession in their organisation.

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Dr Giverny De Boeck

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Dr Giverny De Boeck is currently working as a research fellow at the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University led by Professor Sharon Parker. Giverny obtained her PhD in Business Economics at KU Leuven (Belgium), and has taught HRM at IESEG Business School in Lille (France). Her research interests include automation and its impact on work design, proactive work behaviour, work meaningfulness, and talent management.


Dr Xavier Parent-Rocheleau

Dr Xavier Parent-Rocheleau is a visiting research fellow at the Future of Work Institute. Parent-Rocheleau holds a doctorate from the University of Quebec in Montreal and is now Assistant Professor at HEC Montreal. His research interests include the impacts of technology on the future of work, the job market transformations, work design and leadership.


Research Rumble 2020

Join us in 2020 and discover Curtin research through the lens of Transformation – explore game-changing solutions to global challenges, technology morphed into new applications, and society transformed through innovation. We’re bringing Curtin’s research to the world, inviting you to learn from our ideas, meet our researchers and see how our expertise can help you with your next big challenge.

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