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In Pictures: World Computer Congress 2010

The International Federation for Information Processing's (IFIP) biannual World Computer Congress was held in Brisbane this year.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • Deloitte consultant and leader author of e-health report, Adam Powick, discusses e-health.

  • The International Federation for Information Processing's (IFIP) biannual World Computer Congress was held in Brisbane this year. The event attracted approximately 1100 attendees globally, but some have questioned its relevance to industry and business. Check out our extensive coverage of the conference.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane. Check out our extensive coverage of the conference.

  • Queensland Minister for Public Works and ICT, Robert Schwarten, open WCC 2010 to a small crowd.

  • Queensland Minister for Public Works and ICT, Robert Schwarten.

  • Contentious speaker and Wotif founder, Graeme Wood, provides the opening keynote for WCC 2010, pushing the need for tax incentives to promote entrepreneurs in Australia.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane. Check out our extensive coverage of the conference.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • Edith Cowan University senior lecturer, Martin Masek, demonstrates the use of a 3D game engine to visualise critical infrastructure and program robots.

  • The Torque 3D game engine was used to program the research team's robots for the Department of Defence-hosted MAGIC 2010 robotics contest.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • Sir John Daniel, founder of the Commonwealth of Learning, discusses the need for a rethink of educational computing in order to avoid a "busted flush".

  • One attendee helps renowned free software advocate, Richard Stallman, at WCC 2010.

  • The Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations' (DEEWR) Schools Teaching, Students and Digital Education Revolution Group Manager, Evan Arthur, discusses the Government's Digital Education Revolution, and reveals the

  • Manager of Griffith University’s internal audit office, Cathy Blunt, provides an overview of some of the IT projects that have failed due to poor governance.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • Labor senator and fierce Gov 2.0 advocate, Kate Lundy, talks on the three pillars of government participation.

  • uthor and president of the Indo-Australian Information Technology Security, SV Raghavan, participates with Senator Lundy on a panel about building the next large Australian technology companies. The panel led some to question the relevance the conference and industry bodies had to industry and business.

  • KPMG consultant, Kumar Parakala, and SAINS Group CEO, Tien Hiong, add their thoughts to building technology companies in the Australian landscape.

  • Program Manager of the CIO Executive Council, Michael Dickinson, and consultant, Rob Livingstone, at WCC 2010.

  • The World Computer Congress 2010 in Brisbane.

  • CIO of the Westmead Children's Hospital, Bill Vargas, shares his thoughts on e-health. He and fellow speaker, Deloitte consultant, Adam Powick, pointed to

  • Former Queensland Government and Queensland Health CIO, Peter Grant, compares the health system's approach to problems with the aviation industry.

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