This week: “death and taxes,” the future of retirement and superannuation.
This week: What can we do to save the planet? And how will the world end?
This week: real innovation between steam trains and convenience, and the automation paradox.
This week: chicken wars – don’t be chicken, eat the balls; and ring my bell.
This week: size matters when there’s scarce abundance, and what the tech?
This week: welcome to Season 6, with hidden YouTube fame and ghost kitchens.
The Australian Competition Consumer Commission (ACCC) released its report into digital platforms and their effect on traditional media, and it’s good news for Google and Facebook.
With 25 per cent of Australian searches now being done via voice, the search battlefield is shifting from typing to talking.
This week: deep fakes, digital humans and a young Will Smith in our Vivid Ideas Special.
Behavioural economist Keith Chen investigates what will humans do for how much money.
How a black rap artist TikTok’d his way to the top of the country music pops…
The idea of CRISPR as scissors ignores an entire ecosystem of moving parts that are crucial for understanding the awe-inspiring, crazy thing scientists are trying to do when they attempt gene editing.
This week: Flying cars, China pushes electric vehicles, and the future of the automobile.
This week: Apple’s privacy push cuts out marketers, marketing to the algorithm and robot furniture
This week: Mona Lisa’s fake smile, more Digital Humans, and missing platform competition.
The Greater Sydney Commission has proposed a 40-year vision of a metropolitan region formed of three “cities”: the Eastern “Harbour” City, the Central “River” City, and the Western “Parkland” City.
This week: wonderful country-trap, weird bacteria innovation, and Elon’s leaf-blower.
This week: a million species disappear: what that means, what we can do, and a swearing robot.
This week: #996 working long hours, predicting work and who dies on Game of Thrones.
This week: A special on #ChinaTech, with chatbots and the TikTok phenomenon
This week: a lot of #AppleNews, platforms and piracy.
Australia scored a victory over the tobacco giant Philip Morris in the High Court in 2012. The court held that Australia’s plain cigarette packaging laws were legal and did not constitute an unjust confiscation of trademarks and intellectual property.
This week: the five conversations at the heart of #BreakUpBigTech
This week: women, more automation and the future of work.
This week: why data is not like oil, dangerous AI, and a robot that gives sermons.
This week: looking ahead, looking back and looking to see what looking means.
Each year the Macquarie Dictionary Committee choose a new word that represents the year gone by. Drawn from a short list, the words selected are both innovative and highly topical: so it’s no coincidence we have delved into some of the issues underlying these evolving words.
This week: a food Christmas special with coffee, chickens and a fake food future.