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Technology

Making policy for a future of artificial intelligence at scale

The ANU is offering an innovative one-year executive master’s-level program to public servants looking at the policy challenges of the deployment of AI-assisted cyber-physical systems as they go to scale. Renowned Professor Genevieve Bell will lead the program, with tuition fees for officials to be covered and scholarships available to cover other costs. Read More

Six myths about government cyber security

Australia is not alone in confronting malicious cyber attacks. Many governments face similar threats and can learn from each other’s approaches and the technologies they are deploying. First, there are several myths public agencies need to get over if they are to build deep resilience against cyber attack. Ari Weil, a US cyber technology expert and the strategic product leader at Akamai explains. Read More

Blockchain: the honest bureaucrat

Blockchain has shifted from being an ‘around the corner’ technology to a ‘here and now’ proposition across multiple economic sectors including finance, logistics and property. That creates big opportunities for government at policy, regulatory and procurement levels. Read More

Why cloud choice for government matters. Seriously.

Seizing the opportunity to accelerate, reform and deliver personalised government services requires more than intent. It requires world class infrastructure backed by the accrued intelligence, wisdom and capability of global partners delivered on local ground. Read More