Innovation & Digital

Are we there yet? Australia and the future of transport and mobility

Transport is in transition. I see this in my daily commute where, from an app or two, I can choose from public transport, ride sharing and other mobility options to get from A to B.

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The opportunity of AI: unlocking the potential for a national competitive advantage

With every seismic shift in technology come new and challenging risks. However, the risks of AI will only grow if we leave their resolution to chance.

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The power of pictures; turning complex conversations into graphic images

On your way home today, count the number of signs you see. There are so many I bet you lose count.

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Yesterday’s futurist buzzwords have become reality

The fear of disruption, on its most elemental level, is straightforward: the constant worry that your competition will use new technology, new methods and new business models to do what you are not.

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Innovation at a cross-roads. Industrial revolution marked by the cyber-physical

It is clear that business, government and community leaders are all grappling with the impact or potential impact of technological, socioeconomic and cultural change.

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How my personal struggle sparked our Startup Founder Research and Founder Program

I was in my early 30s when I experienced what can only be described as burnout. I hit a wall, both literally and figuratively, that wall was a hospital room in St Vincent’s.

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Time for law firms to embrace the ‘bots’ and reimagine their workplace

The impact of technology on work has seen humans and machines collaborate, manual tasks automate, agility become the norm, and traditional career paths change.

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Fitness, fulfilment and foresight: what startup founders & entrepreneurs need to survive

There are few pursuits in which individual leadership plays as critical a role as building a high-growth venture. A founder’s vision, product development skills and ability to sell will literally…

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IoTs devices and the smart city strategy: universal protocols and data protection vital for success

I am not a cricket fan. I never watched an India team cricket match while growing up in Mumbai in a tiny 4-square, 1-bedroom apartment. While my friends were busy…

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Disrupting the law: will technology supercharge the traditional operating model?

Disruption. Disruption. Disruption. As a former General Counsel (GC), there were two feelings I least enjoyed, surprises and disruption (and jet lag, but that’s three, so let’s just stick with…

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Pi day – Random infinite impact on corporate R&D as ideas approach the speed of light

3/14 is Pi Day, observed today because in the day/month date format 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of π.

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Delivering differentiated innovation: what Australia can learn from Israel

Israel is becoming home to the global R&D centres of more than 300 multinational corporations, and attracting more than $4.8bn in venture capital funding in 2016.

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Quantum computing it’s more than qubits, annealing, and entanglement

Quantum computing should not be thought of as an extension or acceleration of computing as we know it today. Quantum computing is best thought of as a new industry.

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