Innovation & Digital

Collaboration, technical capability and a global mindset changing Australia’s agribusiness

Trust, transparency and traceability have been a significant part of the consumer conversation in agriculture over the last number of years.

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Transcending the digital divide

How we can use technology to bring people together rather than expanding already existing divisions.

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Why business needs to be ready for disruptive technology

The Fourth Industrial Age is dawning. This includes disruption to jobs, wealth inequality, ethics and identity issues, security and conflict. It’s critical that businesses, governments and individuals are prepared for the change.

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Five Cyber Security Predictions for 2020

2019 saw significant increases in privacy breaches, alongside increased legislation impacting banking, financial services and critical infrastructure.

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I, (half) Robot

Augmented humans are one of the key trends identified in 20 Predictions for the Next 20 years, a new report by KPMG and Australian National University’s 3A Institute.

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What is your identity?

In psychology, our identity defines who we are, the way we think about ourselves, and how we believe the world views us. Our identity contains those key characteristics that define us.

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Australian PropTechs: Determined to Grow

KPMG’s 2019 Global PropTech survey reveals Australian PropTech firms are poised for growth.

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Bots behaving badly? Nothing that a bit of discipline won’t fix

What makes AI different to innovations of the past, is that the risks become amplified when technology can be scaled and applied to entire populations at once.

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Why 5G is a game-changer technology for Australia’s defence and national security

5G will allow every aspect of the Defence Force to be connected and facilitate faster communication.

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PropTech: real estate with some extra tech

PropTech has the potential to power growth in the real estate and construction sectors but its adoption is slow.

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Cyber criminals are on the move – here’s how to keep your family safe

More and more families are living on the web. Its helping them stay connected as they work, shop, bank and access health information from multiple family devices at home and…

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Why we can’t afford to let founders flounder

On World Mental Health day, it’s an apt time to acknowledge the highly challenging environment of startup building, and the personal impact on the founders trying to build the next generation of Australian businesses.

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Facebook is hiding ‘likes’ and reaction metrics. What does this mean?

With the user experience unlikely to be rocked by this move, it will once again be businesses who will be most impacted and need to adapt to the change.

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