Think Tanks to create paths to responsible and inclusive AI in business
Some of the brightest minds from across Australia’s AI ecosystem are set to come together to tackle the barriers to […]
Event: AI for Business – The State of Play
Join the National AI Centre, CEDA and the Turing Institute to examine the state of play for AI globally and discuss how Australian Businesses are adopting AI into BAU
The Megatrends that will impact Australia in the next 10-20 years
They are powerful trajectories of change occurring at the intersection of geopolitical, socioeconomic, environmental and technological trends. CSIRO’s Stefan Hajkowicz examines the megatrends that have withstood the pressures of the global pandemic and might well remodel the way we do business, writes Dr Stefan Hajkowicz, Senior Principle Scientist, for the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Decision-making strategies for directors
From managing stakeholders and uncertainty to irreversible consequences, using decision theory can lead to better organisational outcomes, writes Dr Stefan Hajkowicz in the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Spotlight on Women in Tech: Dr Mehwish Nasim
Meet Dr Mehwish Nasim, a computational social scientist and researcher within the Software and Computational program at CSIRO's Data61. We're talking to her about pursuing a career in tech, closing the gender gap in STEM, and modelling the spread of misinformation on social media.
The five megatrends that could shape Australia’s future
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends is a crucial report for Australia's businesses, sectors and industries, but before you download, we answer the three big questions - what is a megatrend, why global trade and investment will play a key role in our future, and what are the key insights to take away.
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends: The New Normal report
Global Trade and Investment Megatrends identifies five megatrends that will reshape global trade and investment in the coming months and years in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, with the report offering nine strategic actions for governments and industry to position Australia for economic success.
The future of COVID-created workplace: Insights
Prior to the pandemic, around 30 per cent of Australians worked from home at least part-time, with these numbers steadily increasing year on year. The pandemic has drastically accelerated that shift, but permanency of this switch is now being scrutinised as organisations plan their post-pandemic operations.
Are you ready for the next wave of digital innovation?
Economic crises provide a rare opportunity to refresh the policy context, change direction and build new sources of wealth generation. Digital technology will be central to the rebuild of the Australian and global economies.
The industries and actions crucial to Australia’s COVID-19 economic recovery: Insights
The policy question for strategists trying to regenerate the embers of our dampened economy is which industries can provide an immediate boost to employment and which can sustainably boost employment into the future but require re-skilling and investment?