Tracey Spicer

SPICER, Tracey

Tracey Spicer AM is a multiple Walkley Award-winning journalist, author and broadcaster who has anchored national programs for ABC TV and Network Ten. The inaugural national convenor of Women in Media, in 2019 she was named the NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year, accepted the Sydney Peace Prize alongside Tarana Burke for the Me Too movement, and won the national award for Excellence in Women’s Leadership through Women & Leadership Australia. Her book, Man-Made: How the bias of the past is being built into the future, was longlisted for the 2023 Walkley Awards, and won the Social Responsibility category in the Australian Business Book Awards. 


A less artificial future 

GR OnlineHumans have been making automatons since the time of the Ancient Greeks. Disruption due to technology is nothing new. We need to think critically about this fourth industrial revolution, remembering the lessons of the past. The rapid scientific discoveries, exponential technological advances and widescale job losses have all been seen before.

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