Digital Anthropology founder Richard Skellett will speak alongside the world’s leading expert on autism at the Temple Talks Autism Conference in Glasgow on Wednesday 15 May.
Dr Grandin is regarded as the face of autism. She is a renowned professor of animal science at Colorado State University, bestselling author and international speaker on her pioneering work on animal welfare and on autism helping professionals and parents understand how to best support individuals with ASD.
Richard will present a session titled ‘Autism, Work and Social Enterprise’. He will explore how social enterprises can help people with autism enter the world of work, and outline his plans for how Digital Anthropology will engage with businesses to find where they have knowledge and skills gap that can be filled by people with autism.
There are still places available to attend the event, click here for more details and how to book.
In April, Richard spoke about the harsh realities of the second digital revolution at Unwired’s Tech Trends briefing in London, offering an insight in to how Digital Anthropology aims to hold companies accountable for the impact of ill-conceived automation and ensure that people remain first and foremost in the workplace.
Richard is available to speak at corporate events, conferences and to national, international and regional media around future of work and technological developments. For any enquiries, please call 01494 898055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.