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NASA engineer Matthew Noyes will be taking Pause 2017 attendees through NASA’s work with VR during a keynote on Tech Day.
For Dropbox, the process of encouraging innovation internally has been distilled into a systemised recipe, finessed over years of experimentation.
After competing in a global Hyperloop event, VicHyper will preview the future of transport at Pause 2017
Tesla and SpaceX may take up most of the headlines, but Hyperloop is yet another Elon Musk invention that may just change the world if it is brought to life.
It had long been an open secret in the tech world that diversity was a problem; that much was clear to see by simply stepping into the office of any tech company or startup coworking space.
Looking to explore Melbourne’s creative, business, and tech scenes at Pause 2017 and how her venture might work in the city will be Kalin Kelly, an early stage investor in Covo.