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Even just thinking about setting up a data governance program can seem overwhelming. It’s hard to know where to start. Kate Carruthers has some of the answers .
What will automation, artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics mean to businesses, and to society more broadly? It depends who you ask. Predictions range from a golden era of greater wealth through to dystopian predictions of mass unemployment and rogue machines taking over. Paul Wallbank takes a look through the prism of advertising.
We’re drowning in a deluge of PR telling us that everything will soon be automated and run by AI. But as Justin Warren explains, automation isn’t always the right answer.
As the latest wave of artificial intelligence hype washes over us, we must be mindful of the ethical considerations of how we deploy technology. The is that we’ll go too far down a dark path without realising what we’ve done. Justin Warren explains.
As the boundaries between corporate life and private life blur, comments employees make on social media can get them sacked, and the law seem to back up the employers. Nigel Phair highlights some recent cases before the Fair Work Commission and the courts.
Australia’s new Notifiable Data Breaches laws will change the risk equation should an organisation suffer a cyber attack. Could cyber insurance help manage that risk? Nigel Phair looks at the state of the industry.