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Will philosophy and ‘counterfactuals’ help us unlock the mysteries of AI?

Will philosophy and ‘counterfactuals’ help us unlock the mysteries of AI?

Artificial intelligence is increasingly being rolled out all around...

Seven steps to effective networking

Seven steps to effective networking

“Networking” can have negative ‘salesy’ con...

Five export markets in Asia every Aussie business should know about

Five export markets in Asia every Aussie business should know about

Australia’s National Centre for Asia Capability at the Univer...

The $30b Sun Cable crash is a setback but doesn’t spell the end of renewable energy export dreams

The $30b Sun Cable crash is a setback but doesn’t spell the end of renewable energy export dreams

Sun Cable – considered to be the world’s biggest renewa...

AI might be seemingly everywhere, but there are still plenty of things it can’t do – for now

AI might be seemingly everywhere, but there are still plenty of things it can’t do – for now

These days, we don’t have to wait long until the next breakth...

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Is Australia a sitting duck for ransomware attacks?

Is Australia a sitting duck for ransomware attacks?

Australian organisations are a soft target for ransomware attacks...

National plan to allow battery cages until 2036 favours cheap eggs over animal welfare

National plan to allow battery cages until 2036 favours cheap eggs over animal welfare

Eggs laid by battery hens would be phased out within 15 years und...

Who's being allowed to leave Australia during COVID? FOI data show it is murky and arbitrary

Who's being allowed to leave Australia during COVID? FOI data show it is murky and arbitrary

With outbreaks of COVID-19 in most states and territories, and lo...

Australia has not learned the lessons of its bungled COVID vaccine rollout

Australia has not learned the lessons of its bungled COVID vaccine rollout

Australia is now over four months into its COVID vaccine rollout, a...

Wallets on wheels: city visitors who use e-scooters more spend more

Wallets on wheels: city visitors who use e-scooters more spend more

Shared e-scooters are becoming common across Australia and in maj...

Why supporting men's mental health leads to stronger businesses

Why supporting men's mental health leads to stronger businesses

When I stop posting 20 Instagram stories a day, my friends know s...

Vital Signs: Why has growth slowed globally? It has something to do with technology

Vital Signs: Why has growth slowed globally? It has something to do with technology

Even before COVID-19 hit, Australia was experiencing slow growth...

Hotel quarantine far from 'fit for purpose'

Hotel quarantine far from 'fit for purpose'

With Melbourne under lockdown for another seven days, the consequ...

The four GDP graphs that show us roaring out of recession pre-lockdown

The four GDP graphs that show us roaring out of recession pre-lockdown

Back in the first three months of this year when we had JobKeeper...

Selecting what matters: skill shortages are no basis for picking permanent migrants

Selecting what matters: skill shortages are no basis for picking permanent migrants

Australia should not target skills shortages when it selects worker...

Going electric and banning new petrol-powered cars could be Australia's next big light bulb moment

Going electric and banning new petrol-powered cars could be Australia's next big light bulb moment

In 2007 Malcolm Turnbull turned off an industry's life suppor...

We could be a superpower: 3 ways Australia can take advantage of the changing geopolitics of energy

We could be a superpower: 3 ways Australia can take advantage of the changing geopolitics of energy

The International Energy Agency confirmed last week what many alr...

Going local first is not a crutch for Australian manufacturing - it's the way forward

Going local first is not a crutch for Australian manufacturing - it's the way forward

Before we had even seen the words 'coronavirus' and '...

Have researchers developed an effective COVID-19 treatment? Maybe, but we need human trials

Have researchers developed an effective COVID-19 treatment? Maybe, but we need human trials

The world is now 18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic and we'...

The pressure is on for Australia to accept the coronavirus really can spread in the air we breathe

The pressure is on for Australia to accept the coronavirus really can spread in the air we breathe

More than a year into the pandemic, the World Health Organization...

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