Dr Fiona Kerr
Organisational Complexity Specialist
The University of Adelaide
Dr Fiona Kerr is a prominent thought leader in the fields of cognitive neuroscience, human connectivity and the impacts of technologisation. She combines her role as Industry Professor, Neural and Systems Complexity at Adelaide University with public speaking and consulting both here and overseas.
Integrating neuroscience and complex systems engineering, Fiona advises companies and governments on ensuring maximum benefit from both human synergy and human-technological interaction and intermediation. This ranges from crafting quality human-technology partnerships in the future of work to how we engage actively with technology and AI to shape the future we want.
Fiona has just been appointed to the Finnish AI taskforce preparing the nation's artificial intelligence program.
Could it be how and with whom we eat is just as important as what we eat? Join Dr Fiona Kerr, Paul Henry and Simon Bryant for the conversation.
Created for anyone who has a fascination with South Australia's food industry, and has a day to spend learning about some of the global challenges and insights, and our leading...
Join Harrison McMillan as they host Dr Fiona Kerr – global speaker, and The University of Adelaide Cognitive Neuroscientist. Hear Fiona discuss her research on how technology impacts us and...
In partnership with the Don Dunstan Foundation, the Open State Showcase: Future Us will give you a taste of the Open State festival.
Progress and evolution of our future planet are often imagined in terms of futuristic technologies that realise the unimaginable within our daily lives, and this drives our perception of innovation.
This interactive Q&A session with Dr Jordan Nguyen and Dr Fiona Kerr will allow us to all explore these together, delving into your concerns and curiosities with two prominent thought-leaders.
How do we build a human-centric future which maintains human connection and understands the limitations of technology whilst leveraging fantastic new advancements and building high-quality human-synthetic partnerships?