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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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Cybersecurity is a business risk, not an IT problem

Cybersecurity is a business risk, not an IT problem

A cyber attack on a business is about more than technology. The ...

Herd immunity is the end game for the pandemic, but the AstraZeneca vaccine won't get us there

Herd immunity is the end game for the pandemic, but the AstraZeneca vaccine won't get us there

In the past fortnight, two vaccine stories made headlines around ...

A rushed move to virtual AGMs would disempower shareholders

A rushed move to virtual AGMs would disempower shareholders

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg appears to have backed down. An extra...

5 ways the Reserve Bank is going to bat for Australia like never before

5 ways the Reserve Bank is going to bat for Australia like never before

The most important of the five measures the Reserve Bank announce...

Why we need to have a bigger conversation about cyber security and involve all departments

Why we need to have a bigger conversation about cyber security and involve all departments

There is no denying that cyber security is a big issue but there ...

How COVID all but killed the Australian CBD

How COVID all but killed the Australian CBD

The central business district has historically been the beating h...

Scaling Up: The leap from sole trader to 'micro business' could unlock over one million jobs

Scaling Up: The leap from sole trader to 'micro business' could unlock over one million jobs

In a pandemic world where unemployment figures continue to climb, i...

Gaming the board: Crown Resorts shows you just can't bet on 'independent' directors

Gaming the board: Crown Resorts shows you just can't bet on 'independent' directors

What's the difference between an independent and non-independ...

That advice to women to 'lean in', be more confident... it doesn't help, and data show it

That advice to women to 'lean in', be more confident... it doesn't help, and data show it

"Just be more confident, be more ambitious, be more like a m...

Budget 2020: Frydenberg tells Australians, 'we have your back'

Budget 2020: Frydenberg tells Australians, 'we have your back'

Accelerated tax cuts, cash splashes for pensioners, massive incen...

It's about to become easier to lend irresponsibly, to help the recovery

It's about to become easier to lend irresponsibly, to help the recovery

What used to be known as a requirement to lend responsibly is now...

Treasurer to adopt US-style insolvency laws to stop wave of small business closures

Treasurer to adopt US-style insolvency laws to stop wave of small business closures

Small business has been hit hard by COVID-19. Health restric...

Will Environment Minister Sussan Ley let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

Will Environment Minister Sussan Ley let a mine destroy koala breeding grounds?

In the next few weeks, federal Environment Minister Sussan Ley wi...

How the New Payments Platform is changing the way we bank

How the New Payments Platform is changing the way we bank

The New Payments Platform (NPP) has significantly changed everyda...

Corporate dysfunction on Indigenous affairs: Why heads rolled at Rio Tinto

Corporate dysfunction on Indigenous affairs: Why heads rolled at Rio Tinto

Outraged investors have forced the board of Rio Tinto to sack its...

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