A bubble? We don’t even know how to value Bitcoin
If Bitcoin is a bubble, it will be because its price rises are too great and can't continue. If it isn't, it will be because the Bitcoin market is still expanding. We just don't know which one yet.
The growing skills gap between jobs in Australian cities and the regions
Growth in high-skilled jobs is highest in Australian cities and for the country its low-skilled jobs.
Lasers, legs and nuclear weapons: how robots are learning to see and move
Our team at Data61 has been working on equipping robots with sensory payloads that are designed for specific tasks, such as inspection, or providing information to the system that’s guiding the robot’s movements.
Ethics by numbers: how to build machine learning that cares
Creating an ethical machine learning system is no simple task, but maths can help.
Ten questions you should ask before sharing data about your customers
Every government, business or organisation releasing data needs to think about the risk of re-identifying or revealing personal information.
We’re investing heavily in urban greening, so how are our cities doing?
A new study shows major Australian cities are suffering an overall loss of green space – although some areas are doing better than others.
Rise of the intelligent machines
From emergency detection to better management of a city’s infrastructure – we’re using AI and machine learning to solve today’s problems.
Is Usain Bolt the greatest athlete of all time? That’s not what the numbers say
Jamaican Usain Bolt is often hailed as the greatest athlete of all time. But when you crunch the numbers, his name doesn't come top of the list.
Computer says no: robo-advice is growing but we still don’t trust it
Robo-advice might prove most useful to those who need it the most, making them feel more competent and in control.
How to make batteries that last (almost) forever
Batteries that can self-sustain are needed for long-term animal tracking as well as shipping and logistics.
You know this boogie is for real: Audinate’s bringing you real-time Jamiroquai, Prince, and Elton John
There’s nothing quite like seeing your favourite band or musician live on stage surrounded by tens of thousands of other fans. But did you ever wonder how even when you’re at the back of the stadium there is no sound delay, and you feel you are right there with the likes of Bruce Springsteen?