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StartupLand

Aimee Chanthadavong
October 30, 2018
The Queensland government has pledged seed funding for a new artificial intelligence hub being built to address the skills shortage in the tech sector. As p...

Education

Aimee Chanthadavong
October 15, 2018
The University of NSW and Western Sydney University have partnered to build an engineering innovation hub in the heart of Parramatta in Sydney’s west to ...

Skills

Aimee Chanthadavong
October 9, 2018
Nokia and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) have partnered to launch a Nokia 5G Skills Accelerator training facility at the UTS Botany Tech Lab and Ult...

Politics

James Riley
August 23, 2018
That the federal government  banned Huawei from participating in the 5G network roll-out in Australia was hardly unexpected. It makes official what had bee...

Digital health

DENHAM SADLER
July 16, 2018
A significant data breach involving the federal government’s My Health Record is “just a matter of time”, digital rights advocates argue, as ...

Cyber

AIMEE CHANTHADAVONG
July 11, 2018
When former Assistant Minister for Cyber Security Dan Tehan addressed the National Press Club back in 2016, he warned about the need to prepare for an imminent...

Open banking

DAVID MCCLURE
July 9, 2018
Australia has begun its trek towards an open banking regime but has a lot to learn from the UK, which is much further down the open banking track. A group o...

Millennials

AIMEE CHANTHADAVONG
June 18, 2018
A study has revealed that millennials are less entrepreneurial than other generations even though some the most successful people are part of that generation &...

Science

Aimee Chanthadavong
June 1, 2018
The NSW government has announced that robotics expert Hugh Durrant-Whyte will take over the role as NSW chief scientist and engineer from September 3. Mr Durr...

Policy

Andrew Colley
May 30, 2018
The Health department says  data from the federal MyHealth Record service could be made available for commercial medical research purposes, even while it r...

Policy

James Riley
January 15, 2019
The federal government’s Australian Cyber Security Centre has quietly shuttered the 2019 iteration of its annual conference leaving the security sector s...

Policy

Denham Sadler
January 15, 2019
There were more than 40 breaches involving My Health Record data in a year, the agency behind the program has revealed in its annual report. But experts fear t...

Research

Aimee Chanthadavong
January 15, 2019
More than $40 million worth of grants were delivered to 19 projects as part of the sixth round of the federal government’s Cooperative Research Centres P...

Encryption

Denham Sadler
January 15, 2019
The recently-passed encryption bill had the potential to “harm the economic viability and growth of Australia’s cybersecurity sector” if a se...

Open Banking

Denham Sadler
January 15, 2019
The much-anticipated launch of open banking in Australia has been quietly delayed by the federal government by eight months. On the last Friday before Chris...

Holidays

James Riley
December 19, 2018
Naughty or nice, people? If you haven’t asked yourself that question already, you have maybe left your run a little late. We are about to enter the land ...

Year in Review

Aimee Chanthadavong
December 19, 2018
Following InnovationAus.com’ s recap of the first six months of the year , it’s clear that 2018 started with a bang. It’s now time to look ...

Policy

James Riley
December 19, 2018
It has taken three ministers and 18 months of work to get it done, but the federal government has quietly released its much anticipated digital economy strateg...

Science

Seamus Byrne
December 19, 2018
It started so well. A quantum computing professor, Michelle Simmons, was named Australian of the Year and for a moment 2018 looked like it would be a bright an...

MYEFO

James Riley
December 18, 2018
The Australian science and technology sector has been left “perplexed and disappointed” by the federal government’s “ram raid” cu...

Year in Review

Aimee Chanthadavong
December 17, 2018
With another year almost over, InnovationAus.com has put together a two-part recap of the key highlights of an extraordinary 2018. For this first part, we...

Survey

Corrie McLeod
December 17, 2018
As the clock runs down on 2018, InnovationAus.com is taking the pulse of our readership through a short survey to make sure we are on the right track and t...

MYEFO

Denham Sadler
December 17, 2018
A new $13 million global talent scheme program has been unveiled by the federal government, providing fast-tracked visas to STEM-focused companies, following t...

Year in Review

Paul Budde
December 17, 2018
This is a good time of the year to reflect on our industry and its place in today’s society – not so much in respect of all of the important issues...

Policy

Denham Sadler
December 17, 2018
The federal opposition has pledged to “preserve” the research and development tax incentive after accusing the government of “wrecking”...

Policy

James Riley
December 17, 2018
Labor's National Conference has formally adopted into its platform a significantly boosted policy profile for artificial intelligence, committing a future Shor...

ACCC

Denham Sadler
December 17, 2018
The competition watchdog’s proposed changes to Australian merger and acquisition laws could damage local tech companies and their ability to reach an exi...
Aimee Chanthadavong
December 14, 2018
Queensland’s Digital Technology Minister Mick de Brenni has lashed out at Federal Digital Transformation Minister Michael Kennan for using the Australian...

Policy

James Riley
December 13, 2018
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 ...

Dataconomy 2018

Seamus Byrne
December 13, 2018
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 e...
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