The demand on and for aged care services is going to be enormous and the industry is going to have to prepare by becoming more innovative.1
Just as cutting edge technology is applied to sectors such as finance and health, tech savvy startups have been exploring how their solutions can be best utilised in sport.
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.
It is clear that business, government and community leaders are all grappling with the impact or potential impact of technological, socioeconomic and cultural change.
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.
The much anticipated release of Innovation and Science Australia’s (ISA) plan for Australian innovation this week comes after almost a year of consultation and engagement across the country.
It is not surprising to see ‘Digital and Innovation’ ranked as the clear number one priority issue for resolution in 2018.2
Putting a man on the moon was a project and vision that inspired a generation to reach beyond. That made children and adults alike want to reach for the stars in literal and figurative senses.1
The number of fintech start-ups has risen from fewer than 100 in 2014 to 579 companies today with the great majority Australian owned. In Australia, fintech has ‘come of age’.