This week: a special on artificial intelligence in Australian organisations and AI fluency with Deloitte’s AI Lead, Dr Kellie Nuttall.
How do facial recognition systems work and what does it mean when anyone can access these artificial intelligence driven platforms?
This week: all things facial recognition and the implications of using public data.
This week: we’re on a break but we have something interesting in store for you, and it’s not about our longitudinal auto ethnographic research on leisure time but rather, how automation will make your job harder.
This week: We’re on a break but we have something interesting in store for you, and it’s not just Mr Goxx the cryptocurrency trading hamster.
We discuss why it’s no longer true that automation and AI will make all our jobs easier.
We set out to unlearn old wisdoms and discover new ones, starting with computers.
The Chinese Government declared it wants to be the world leader in AI, how has that impacted the AI City Challenge?
If the historical data used to train an AI system disadvantages certain minority groups, the system can be swayed to follow these patterns in its own decision-making process.
This week: working from home, hybrid offices, climate, Gen Z, AI and UBI, the surprising lessons we’ve learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week: the media hype around AI writing essays, and how to make clean meat innovation palatable.