Innovation Papers – hard copy

Get your hands on a hardcopy print version of The Innovation Papers, a limited-edition collector’s item chock full of policy ideas and inspiration for Australian industry policy.

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Hardcopy print versions of the 80-page, 70,000-word tabloid-sized one-off newspaper, The Innovation Papers, are now available. ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY!

We printed extra copies of The Innovation Papers because we wanted to get it into the hands of AS MANY AUSTRALIANS AS POSSIBLE. But numbers are strictly limited.

This collection of papers is about the future of Australian jobs and industry, written by Australia’s leading thinkers from across the Australian economy:

  • Adam Gilmour, Gilmour Space Technologies, Why we need Australian primes
  • Adrian Beer, METS Ignited industry growth centre, Releasing stranded technology to grow Australian industry
  • Adrian Turner, Minderoo Fire and Flood Resilience, Generational Change: From response to resilience
  • Prof Julian Thomas, Prof Jean Burgess, Prof Daniel Angus & Dr Amanda Lawrence, ARC Centre of Excellence for Automated Decision-Making and Society (ADM+S Centre), Building an Australian social data observatory
  • Aryan Sharma, UNSW, Informed Consent for Public WiFi Sensing Systems
  • Associate Professor Ellen Broad, School of Cybernetics, ANU, AI and government service delivery
  • Beth Webster, Swinburne University of Technology, Clusters are the key to high growth companies
  • Catherine Thompson, Hypereal, The digital marketplace and procurement reform
  • Prof Danny Samson, University of Melbourne, We need a market network to drive innovation
  • David Masters, Atlassian, The art of executing effective tech policy
  • David McKeague, Curious Thing AI, Toward an alignment of industry policy and venture capital
  • Associate Prof David Noble, Southern Cross University, NSW pathway to a national startup concierge service
  • Dr Gary Waters, Integrated Institute for Economic Research, We need a Minister for ICT Capability to secure sovereign needs
  • Gavin Ritz, International Health Group, Building an innovation taxonomy for success
  • Dr Hasnain Zaheer, Business school academic, Towards the Startup Nation: Policies for Digital Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • Jason Mingo, Water Services Association of Australia, An agency to foster innovation ecosystems
  • Jens Goennemann, Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre, Manufacturing is a capability; Here’s what we need
  • Jessica Glenn, AIM Group, Collaboration and conflict
  • Dr Julian Hick, Highland Medical, Putting patients at the centre of healthcare using cloud based analytics
  • Junye Li, UNSW, Mandated WiFi sensing for critical applications
  • Justin Warren, PivotNine, Designing policy for tech safety that include removal of harmful systems
  • Kate Fielding, A New Approach, Art, culture and opportunities for the innovation community
  • Kate McGeoch, ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science, Funding models that foster cultural change in research – industry relationships
  • Kate Pounder, The Tech Council, Skilling up Australia, getting to 1.2 million tech workers by 2030
  • Dr Lesley Seebeck, ANU, Moving beyond (just) delivery
  • Luli Adeyemo, Best Case Scenario, How diverse and inclusive thinking contributes to growing the tech workforce
  • Marcus Powe, James Cook University, Are we funding the wrong end of the entrepreneurship equation?
  • Marie Johnson, Centre for Digital Business, Delivering the NDIS market: The missing piece in the NDIS nation-building project
  • Marina Yastreboff, Australian Society for Computers and the Law, Rules as Code – Challenges and opportunities for lawmakers
  • Megan O’Connor, Kantara Consulting, Changes needed for biotech and medtech grant funding to improve commercialisation
  • Professor Michael Biercuk, Q-CTRL, Policy prescriptions for a robust quantum sector
  • Dr Mirjana Prica, Food Innovation Australia Ltd (FIAL growth centre), A manufacturers’ paradise? Building our food and agribusiness sector
  • Paul Levins, Levins Consulting, We need a Market Network to drive innovation
  • Dr Peter Woodgate, SmartSat CRC, Where are we going? A 2030 roadmap for space and spatial technology
  • Professor Roy Green, Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Hub and Port of Newcastle, Innovation and industry policy in a changing world
  • Rupert Taylor-Price, Vault Cloud, Sovereign capability and information supply chains
  • Sally Hussey and Matt Crozier, Granicus, Improving trust in governments with online engagement and AI
  • Sally-Ann Williams, Cicada Innovations, The Innovation Imperative
  • Steve Hoy, Enosi, Energy traceability is key to accessing accurate generation and consumption data
  • Professor Michelle Simmons, Silicon Quantum Computing, A quantum computing manufacturing industry for Australia.

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