Swipe right: Who is accessing your dating app data?
Do you really know who’s looking at your dating app data? We don't mean your potential matches.
Coviu: Aussie tech improving rural healthcare
The cloud-based healthcare experience with Coviu removes the need for a physical presence during medical consultations, helping rural and regional patients.
Australian researchers design computer game to diagnose depression and bipolar
Researchers have developed a system they say can peer into the mind with significant accuracy, and could revolutionise mental health diagnosis.
Detecting online hate speech with graph machine learning
As technology advances and connects humanity at a scale never before possible, the spread and impact online hate speech is greater than ever before.
Cashing in: Australia’s role in $1trn robotic revolution
Australia's recent victory in the Robocup underlines our strengths in this fast emerging industry.
Red Belly Blockchain: faster, more secure and energy efficient
Red Belly Blockchain—a new variety of blockchain—blew expectations when it was first tested, outperforming the transaction rates of both Bitcoin and Ethereum and providing solutions to long endured blockchain bugs.
Interronauts | CSIRO podcast Ep 18: Minority Report billboards, iron-less cotton, and a fortnightly science digest
Technophile Ketan teaches technophobe Jesse about big data and the big burden it bears, robot marketers, fingerprint-swiping hackers, this fortnight in science news, and our new cotton that doesn't need ironing.
The key to a STEM career? Curiosity, persistence and a knack for problem solving!
Google Research Fellow, ICT Student of the Year and advocate for science, technology engineering and maths (STEM) careers, Samy Movassaghi tells us a little about her job and how she ended up working as a STEM professional.
Foreshadowing attacks: cybersecurity researchers save the day
An international team of researchers has discovered a new cybersecurity vulnerability called Foreshadow.
Interronauts | Episode 14: Robolibrarians, medical marijuana for pets, dwindling Antarctica, and +200 new species
Jesse and Ketan talk about robo-cars and thankless waves, medical marijuana for pets, a dwindling Antarctica, and our discovery of over 200 new species.
Social media is a window to privacy’s biggest issues
Why can't we stop talking about Facebook? We explore why social has become our window to privacy issues, and what this means for Australia's data-driven near-future.