Trust in artificial intelligence: a global study
Ali Akbari, James Mabbott, Rita Fentener van Vlissingen, Jessica Wyndham, Richard Boele
This research examines the public’s trust and attitudes towards artificial intelligence (AI) use across 17 countries. The study asked about who is trusted to develop, use and govern AI, the perceived benefits and risks of AI use, community expectations of the development, regulation and governance...
Supporting world-class research translation in Australia
This report provides a clear set of principles, that can be applied across all Australian research institutions, to meet the evolving and long-term needs of society and the economy. It includes a spotlight on the key issues for research organisations, with practical actions to move...
Social mobility progression report 2022: mind the gap
The study is the latest advancement by KPMG to deepen understanding of social inequalities in the workplace, while sharing its insights with the wider business community.
Australian National Food Donation Tax Incentive implementation analysis
This project served to test the National Food Donation Tax Incentive (NFDTI) across the food waste ecosystem to substantiate its ability to drive impactful change in the food relief sector, and deliver support to the Australian environment, population and economy.
Accelerating local electric vehicle uptake where it matters
Electric vehicles (EVs) represent a key pillar in the push towards decarbonisation, and governments across Australia are enacting measures to increase the adoption of EVs as part of their net zero action plans. This report aims to contribute to the discussion of electric vehicle policy...