Legislation to ensure a “right to disconnect” for workers is pushing ahead.

The Productivity Commission wants Australia to balance AI innovation with regulation.

Councils across New South Wales are turning to AI for development approvals.

Telstra says its emergency roaming project with TPG and Optus is nearing completion.

New fibres could form the fabric of programmable clothes.

Researchers are teaching a robot with organic muscles how to walk like a human.

Researchers have studied what drives people to be anonymous online.

Australia and the US have joined a new data access regime.

In a saga equal parts farce and tragedy, a review shows the errors behind lost Howard-era cabinet documents.

IBM has told workers to move closer to offices, or look for a new job.

ASIC wants specific laws to manage AI-related risks.

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For the last few weeks we have been bogged down in the very Earthly matters of royalty, budgets, politics, humanity and celebrity - all good prompts to look away, up into the infinite. 

Health authorities, politicians and scientists have been slowly introducing the world to the concept of ‘One Health’ - an all-inclusive approach to health that extends from the human body right through the global environment. 

This year’s Nobel Prizes honour discoveries that unwind our notion of truth, our understanding of ourselves and the human story, the complexities of cells and the very basics of the universe. 

XENOTRANSPLANTATION - sounds like something that would happen to an ill-fated crew member in Star Trek, but it is also a technical term for using non-human parts to treat or enhance our own bodies. 

Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

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