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TelcoLand

James Riley
Denham Sadler
June 14, 2019
The government should place data security at the centre of its efforts to develop an artificial intelligence ethics framework, according to the communications ...

StartupLand

Denham Sadler
June 12, 2019
The Victorian government will continue funding its startup agency LaunchVic beyond next year, but a review into its future focus is underway, state Innovation ...

Cybersecurity

Denham Sadler
June 12, 2019
Australia’s controversial encryption laws could impact cybersecurity education providers as the local sector takes a reputational hit, Holmes Institute e...

State Budget

Aimee Chanthadavong
June 12, 2019
Queensland Treasurer and Deputy Premier Jackie Trad has given the state’s flagship Advance Queensland tech and innovation strategy a $105 million boost a...
James Riley
June 19, 2014
Maurice Newman has some interesting views on innovation in Australia, and it is unfortunate they didn’t get wider circulation in the tech sector’s discussions on...
James Riley
June 18, 2014
There is a problem developing in relation to the Significant Investor Visa program. The problem isn’t about a lack of cash pouring into the Immigration departmen...
James Riley
June 12, 2014
In a week in which our Prime Minister has been spruiking the resources sector and the promise of great returns for investment in Australian infrastructure, Chi...
James Riley
June 4, 2014
The health of the relationship with China is fundamental to the health of the Australian economy. This overwhelming consensus view is not just related to Austral...
James Riley
June 2, 2014
Listening to the shrieks and squeals of tech sector commentators over the past few weeks, you’d be forgiven for thinking Joe Hockey’s first budget contained no...
James Riley
February 19, 2014
The log-jam choking the approvals process of the Significant Investor Visa program has started to clear. But whether any of this money finds its way into innovat...
James Riley
November 10, 2013
It was a tough week for science in Australia last week as it was revealed staff numbers at the nation’s flagship science agency – the CSIRO – are under threat....
James Riley
November 1, 2013
There were a ton a science prizes handed out in Australia this week. So in the interests of acknowledging the superb calibre of our science community – and these...
James Riley
November 1, 2013
Rupert Murdoch is a funny bugger. Just when you think that age has wearied him, and that his keen eye for the Big Picture had finally been overcome by terminal o...
James Riley
October 29, 2013
The Attorney-General’s confirmation of the Australian Government’s ban on any involvement by Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei in the construction of the Na...
James Riley
October 28, 2013
There is a large potential pool of entrepreneurial talent within the international student community that gets overlooked in this country because they don’t work...
James Riley
October 24, 2013
The biggest potential policy game changer for the Australian start-up sector is about to get a reboot. In a landmark speech on Monday, Immigration Minister Sc...
James Riley
October 22, 2013
The 800 pound gorilla of the Australian technology sector – Telstra – has gently lifted the covers from its shiny new startup accelerator program, tiptoeing care...
James Riley
October 21, 2013
Labor leader Bill Shorten has produced a mixed bag of the old and the new in his shadow cabinet; some good, some less than good. In the many and various portf...
James Riley
October 15, 2013
With the ascension of Bill Shorten to the most thankless job in Australian politics and the naming of the new shadow ministry, the shape of Labor in opposition...
James Riley
October 9, 2013
The Deloitte  ’Positioning for Prosperity’  report released this week makes an obvious and painful point for anyone who has an interest in the Australian tech se...
James Riley
October 7, 2013
The return of Ian Macfarlane to his old stomping ground as industry minister might be a good thing. If nothing else, he is on familiar ground, having run the por...
August 27, 2013
The public service can have a huge role in building innovation culture through the rest of the economy. But to make that happen, it’s time to move responsibility...
James Riley
August 15, 2013
After a slow start, investment dollars arriving in Australia through the Significant Investor Visa (SIV) program have started to flow more consistently and the p...
James Riley
August 13, 2013
The so-called polling “worm” used by the Seven Network during the first leaders’ debate at the National Press Club last night broke significant new ground, with ...