The new documentary I Am Greta follows the Swedish soothsayer from when she began her protests in 2018 to today. It was intended to show her global campaigning impact, but my feeling after watching it was just one of pity.
Gordon Dumoulin July 27, 2020 While most people all over the world are debating the current health, geopolitical, and economic developments in the COVID19-era, the history train has already left the station quite some time ago for a drastic new destination as this era is a transformative time for humanity and […]
If Biden has, in fact, received so many more votes, why is the CNN-led media flock in such a hurry to declare him the winner?
After decades of under-investment, the number of households on the social-housing waiting list in Victoria had ballooned to 48,529 as of September 30, the equivalent of more than 100,000 people.
Written by: John Kelly For the past 5 months or so, I have been engaged in debates on Facebook on the subject of Victoria’s second COVID-19 wave. Not surprisingly, the debates have been fierce, on several fronts and against some heavy-hitting conservatives who have demonstrated an unwillingness to understand, in any rational […]
Written by: The AIM Network Just after WW2 my parents settled into their new home. The stove and cooktop were powered by gas and my mother cooked with gas for the next seventy years. I did not take much notice of the fact she cooked with gas because I regarded it […]
Daniel Ziffer A coalition of anti-poverty groups, unions, construction industry bodies and the multibillion-dollar heft of the industry super sector have come together to try to fix Australia’s biggest housing problem: Social housing. Owned and run by governments or not-for-profit agencies, social housing puts a roof over the heads of […]
Matt Johnson Property and personal finance reporter @matte_johnson Australia risks yearly economic losses on par with the pandemic by 2050 unless the country ramps up its fight on the “existential threat of climate change”. Not only would the cost of inaction devastate Australia’s bottom line, but a new report has […]
Cryptocurrencies are surging again, with the Bitcoin price on Friday breaking $US15,000 for the first time since January 2018 after a nearly 10 per cent move overnight.
From this and historical data, the AI calculates a health score for the clamp. The AI also calculated feature relevance—i.e., how much influence each sensor signal had on any anomalous event. The relevance was then used to classify the probable cause of the anomaly.
New insights on how agility and curiosity are helping organizations weather the storm of 2020 2020 has marked the greatest period of uncertainty and economic volatility our generation has ever faced Yet some organizations have quickly adapted to the shifting forces that have short circuited the economy, and are surviving—even […]
HOW DO WE COMPARE INTERNATIONALLY, AND DOES THAT NEED TO CHANGE? Recently-released figures show no improvement in Australian purchases of industrial robots, and other nations seem to be upping their investment as they adapt to the pandemic. Brent Balinski looks at some recent trends in this part of our Robotics adoption […]
EXCLUSIVE Cait Kelly – The NewDaily A recruitment company set up at the start of the pandemic to find Australians work on farms has found it ‘impossible’ to get locals jobs, despite the industry crying out for boots on the ground. One of the founders of AgriAus, who spoke to The […]
Our democracy depends on diverse sources of reliable, accurate and independent news. But media ownership is becoming more concentrated alongside new business models that encourage deliberately polarising and politically manipulated news.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is already all around us. Online devices have become essential in industries from manufacturing and healthcare to agriculture and environmental management, not to mention our own homes. Digital consulting firm Ovum estimates that by 2022 Australian homes will host more than 47 million IoT devices, and the value of […]