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By Lancaster University - Thursday, June 20th, 2019
(QESP Editor’s Note: The following is a reprint of a June 20, 2019 ScienceDaily article from Lancaster University. The original, with links to other articles, is available at www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190620100015.htm ) Summary: A new type of computer memory to solve the digital technology energy crisis has been invented and patented by scientists. The device is the […]
By John Fischetti, Professor, Interim Pro Vice Chancellor of the Faculty of Education and Arts; Dean/Head of School of Education, University of Newcastle Australia - Wednesday, June 19th, 2019
The nature of global communication (for better and worse) has changed. Virtually all young people in Australia spend an average of nine hours a day online and about three hours of that interacting on social media. That means they spend more time online than sleeping.
Smartphones and smart technologies are our personal assistants with diary, shopping, research, translation, social and telecommunications capabilities all a swipe away. As you read this, or have Siri read it to you, people are solving problems, writing music, dating, visiting a tele-nurse and conducting business – all online. It is the new normal.
By International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis - Monday, June 10th, 2019
Corruption impedes equitable development, destabilizes societies, and undermines the institutions and values of democracy. It is viewed by many as one of the world’s greatest problems. According to a Gallup poll, a majority of people even place its negative impacts ahead of global problems like climate change, poverty and terrorism.
By Greg Austin - Thursday, June 6th, 2019
China has a national will for cyber power, Australia does not. That is a crude comparison but probably fair.
My judgment is based on many years of personal research as well as feedback from students across the Australian workforce over four years of teaching graduate courses in related areas.
Perhaps ‘cyber power’ is an unfamiliar term in Australia. We should adopt it.