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RSS News Briefs from InnovationAUS

  • QLD warns feds on digital overreach
    Queensland’s Digital Technology Minister Mick de Brenni has lashed out at Federal Digital Transformation Minister Michael Kennan for using the Australian Digital Council to “water down” state regulations. Mr Kennan proposed during the recent Australian Digital Council (ADC) that cross-jurisdictional business simplification processes are necessary when dealing with...
  • Ethics challenge for AI and IAG
    Fresh from its monstering three months ago at the hands of the banking Royal Commission, the local insurance giant IAG has turned up as the primary sponsor of a new institute that aims to create ethically aware artificial intelligence. IAG has joined Data61 and the University of Sydney as founding partners of the Gradient Institute, […]
  • Re-identification a real concern
    Risks of re-identification are very real, so we must approach the sharing of anonymised data carefully. But with tremendous benefits on offer it is worth the effort, according to the Victorian Information Commissioner, Sven Bluemmel. Speaking at the InnovationAus.com Dataconomy 2018 event held at King & Wood Mallesons, Bluemmel outlined research that shows that anonymised […]

RSS News Briefs from Inside Small Business

  • Q&A: Tenacity pays off for hemp water entrepreneur
    "I banked on the fact that hemp would be legalised as a food and that it was only a matter of time before Aussies were consuming hemp-based foods." The post Q&A: Tenacity pays off for hemp water entrepreneur appeared first on Inside Small Business.
  • Four reasons for leaders to be transparent
    Leaders who are open and honest set the style for successful business with a supportive workplace culture. The post Four reasons for leaders to be transparent appeared first on Inside Small Business.

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