Adrian Turner’s latest op-ed – Autonomous vehicles as the pinnacle of the fourth industrial revolution
"The software and platform wars for cars have not been won"
Interviews and Highlights from D61+ Live
We speak to Peta Ellis, Samantha Wong and Adrian Turner, plus a highlights reel from the event
Australia’s $315bn digital opportunity – Data61 CEO talk at D61+Live
Digital innovation can deliver $315 billion in gross economic value to Australia over the next decade. Adrian Turner shares how we can capture this value and build our competitive advantage in key areas, as well as re-think our innovation system to drive scale.
Calling out data competitiveness as Australia’s top business priority
What’s our moonshot? Precision health, agriculture, robotics. As a country we need to rally around industries we can be the best at.
CEO opinion – Adrian Turner on why Australia’s missing the chance to lead on AI
The key to achieving long-term structural change from AI lies in the power of these emerging systems to learn and modify themselves without human intervention
Leadership and diversity during change and disruption – a personal perspective
Data61's Hilary Cinis is going to be delivering a keynote talk at D61+ Live in September 2018 - read about her personal experiences with leadership, AI and ethics here.
The new program creating Australia’s next batch of product leaders
There’s a gap in Australia’s tech ecosystem - product managers. They guide the creation, execution and finalisation of a product - creating something that users love. In Australia, there just aren’t enough of them.
How can government lead during times of digital shake-up?
We spoke with Cheryl George, Group Leader in Government Business and Stakeholder Engagement at CSIRO's Data61, about government, collaboration and leadership during a time of digital disruption.
An interview with Adrian Turner on privacy
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, OAIC, have created a week dedicated to focus on the need for organisations to develop and re-assess systems, processes, culture and practice to make sure they put their customers’ personal information first.