Born as an IT dinner club fifty years ago the Real Time Club is one of London’s foremost networking institutions. The Club’s networking events bring together people from diverse professional backgrounds with common interest in technology and society. The Club’s membership include entrepreneurs and professionals from the tech industry, public sector, academia, and finance.
Every year the Real Time Club runs a series of dinners with distinguished speakers on current issues of the information age. The Club’s dinners encourage robust and well-informed debate, while enabling interesting people to meet one another. Open problems meet potential solutions, new entrants meet industry experts, and entrepreneurs meet interested investors. The Real Time Club dinners are open to non-members.
We present how if we drive the digital age by empowering it with new employees who are autistic, we can provide employment, careers and life changing opportunities; we will show how early interventions can lead to lifelong opportunities for all, particularly those focused with skills in IT.
For more information please visit the event’s website.
Monday September 24th: The Great Debate: Technology is the Enemy of Democracy
The Ethical and Spiritual Development Panel and the Government Panel of the Worshipful Company of Information Technologists, together with the Real Time Club, are sponsoring a Debate on this topical motion.
The full RTC dinner programme is available here.