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Synthetic media technologies have huge potential benefits, but they also have risks. Public awareness of this risk of deception has grown through discussion of one kind of emerging audiovisual technology known as “deepfakes”. This research report considers the wide-ranging social, legal and policy issues arising....
Electric buses (e-buses) can help cities address air quality issues and reduce greenhouse gas emissions (along with a clean grid). However, the transition to e-buses has been subject to growing pains, as industries and governments alike struggle to nurture the nascent e-bus marketplace into maturity....
This report is based on lessons learned from 16 cities that are working toward electrifying their bus transit fleets. It provides background information on e-buses and offers a planning and implementation framework for cities with varying levels of experience in e-bus adoption.
This month's Digital Inclusion snapshot examines three recent reports. Two of these survey digital transformation strategies and initiatives of Australia’s federal, state and territory governments, and the third is a recent New Zealand Government blueprint making a more explicit connection between digital transformation and digital...
The hype around Artificial Intelligence makes it seem like health care is on the cusp of an “AI revolution,” one that will finally result in high-value care. This paper explores the authors' concerns that a narrow focus on data and analytics may distract the health...
Subscribers to the hipster antitrust philosophy believe that large companies harm society simply by virtue of their bigness, abandoning the core tenant of modern antitrust law that prioritizes consumer welfare in shaping competition policy. Joshua New explores the possible significant negative impact that this movement...
This report provides a governance framework designed to strengthen trust, balance competing interests and deliver impact. It offers insights to balance both the need to innovate in the use of data and the mandate to address some of the world’s most pressing humanitarian and sustainable...
This publication provides a short summary of the evidence and data sources on housing, homelessness and mental health in Australia. It forms part of a national study undertaken by Mind Australia and the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI).
Don’t assume the last decade of political chaos is over as the major parties remain drained of authority and purpose, writes Sam Roggeveen.
This was an election brimming with surprises and shocks. An unexpected Coalition victory, and the inaccuracy of opinion poll predictions, have many scratching their heads in the post-election wash-up.
What didn’t defy predictions, though, was another high non-major party vote of close to 25%....