• Fear not: It's only a robot

    Every time I pass through the automated border controls at the Sydney airport I walk away with a feeling of exasperation on the one hand and relief on the other. Exasperation, because the face recognition technology inevitably always fails to recognise me. Relief, because we seem to be safely years away from the Orwellian reality of states controlling every aspect of our lives; something the media is keenly warning us against each day.

Dan Kalinski

  • CEO, iProspect Australia and New Zealand
Dan Kalinski Chief Executive Officer, iProspect ANZ Dan was appointed CEO of iProspect Australia and New Zealand in May 2016 following four years as managing director. Dan has a career spanning over 16 years in the performance marketing industry, on both client and agency side. Working for brands such as Reprise Media, MullenLowe Profero and Media Contacts, he has gained experience throughout the UK, EMEA and APAC, and across multiple verticals for leading global brands such as Coca Cola, FedEx, P&G, Burberry, Prada, NatWest, HSBC, Nokia, Microsoft, General Motors, Glaxo SmithKline and Exxon. At iProspect, Dan leads 200 staff across Australia and New Zealand. His strengths include product innovation, market strategy, mergers and acquisitions, team and business development.

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