This week: chicken wars – don’t be chicken, eat the balls; and ring my bell.
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: Nobel interventions, now I see you, and cost per 'gram.
This week: platform monopoly, tech between science and fiction, and skinning fish for fashion.
This week: that’s obvious, skimming is the new black, and mountains of stuff.
This week: why it's too early to certify AI, and phantom traffic jams and fungi sandals in other news.
This week: break-in-news, I spy with my data eye, and fashion out of fashion.
If algorithms are taking the art out of fashion, what role is science playing in creating consumer tastes and driving business trends?
This week: AI can't see my cat, predicting is creating, and it's a Musk.