Disruption is happening at every age and in every industry thanks to the rapid acceleration of change brought about by technology. That’s why we here at Disrupted have developed programs which span beyond the core conference to engage our youth – the workforce of the future.
Disrupted Cyber Day (January 30 at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights) will provide grade 7, 8 and 9 students with hands-on, fun-filled learning workshops led by education and industry experts to guide participants though the day’s activities to encourage STEM and cyber learning, and is designed for students with limited tech experience.
The day kicks off with the CMHR hosting a workshop on Social Media for Social Good in the morning, followed by an afternoon with musician and AI innovator David Usher. Having topped the charts during the age of radio hits and music videos on TV in the ’90s as a member of Moist (ask your parents), this award-winning Montreal musician brings a unique experience to world of music and AI, exploring a new wave of creativity and innovation at the forefront of the universal language of songwriting.