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This article investigate the tensions that arise when adapting ethics initiatives at Silicon Valley tech companies.
This report analyses the views of young citizens in the South-East Asia region on future of work, skills and technology. It also details their skills gap, their future career aspirations and their preferences on skills training.
There’s a new problem emerging in Australian defence matters. Future governments trying to convince Australian society of the need to take actions offshore can now face interference from external parties operating domestically online. The proliferation globally of modern information technologies has opened up new opportunities...
CAUDIT conducts a member survey to determine the Top Ten Topic rankings. The survey is adapted each year to reflect emerging and current technology-related business priorities in strategic contexts characterised by institutional change, funding pressures and policy uncertainties. First conducted in 2006, this year marks...
This paper moves past conversations of implicit bias to think about racism in tech at a systems-level. The authors offer strategies grounded in intellectual understanding, emotional intelligence, and a commitment to take action.
This study explores the current digital skills demand and supply situation in Australia’s workforce. The research investigated the skills impact of digitalisation on two industry sectors—transport and logistics, and public safety and correctional services—as well as the wider workforce.
This committee was tasked with investigating the impact of new and emerging ICT, with particular reference to Australian law enforcement agencies and cybercrime prevention.
The World Happiness Report surveys the state of global happiness and ranks 156 countries by how happy their citizens perceive themselves to be. This year’s report focuses on happiness and the community: how happiness has evolved over the past dozen years, with a focus on...
The fourth industrial revolution involves the continuous and cyclical flow of information and actions between the physical and digital worlds. This revolution can potentially create a hyper-connected defence-industry-research-academia ecosystem able to continually innovate.
This report presents one of the first accounts of public opinion in Australia regarding digital technology and schools.