IT/computer sciences

Cashing in on women’s health

Women’s health has been sidelined for centuries. But now that women are finally being heard, some unscrupulous companies are cashing in on the movement.

More and more children are growing up with robots at home, but their impact on early learning and development is still largely unknown and unregulated.

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Economics has good news for workers fearing joblessness due to the rise of AI – only labour consumes, and the value of consuming populations is growing.

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Generative AI doesn’t like to credit its sources. For artists, that’s a problem.

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Developing nations have a real opportunity to cash in on knowledge-based work which allows flexibility.

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A shorter week reflects a flexible and results-oriented culture, where employees are judged on the quality of work rather than how long they are in the office.

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Digital health tools could help address gender inequities in healthcare — or make them worse. Here’s how to do it right.

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Sleep gadgets have become ubiquitous but getting the information you need from them is more straightforward than you might think.

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Gig platforms have mushroomed in Indonesia in the past decade. But regulations have lagged and it’s the workers who pay.

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A partnership with Microsoft will trial the use of AI within the Australian Public Service, even while safety policies are still being developed.

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Addressing data breaches and government surveillance misuse requires a balanced approach that respects national security and individual privacy.

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Intelligent virtual human companions could help address the social isolation felt by many older people.

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