Focus issue 205 February 2018
Digital technology is profoundly revolutionising the structure of our lives
By Mike Miller and Glenn Wightwick
Mike Miller and Glenn Wightwick explain how our digital future depends on preparing industry and society for change.
By Mary-Anne Williams
As more of the world logs online, robots, in turn, become more sophisticated. Mary-Anne Williams explains how data influences robot systems and what still must be done for robots to prosper.
By Jackie Craig
Digital technology is rapidly resulting in a wide range of threats that are difficult to detect, recognise and counter. Jackie Craig discusses this evolving threat landscape, the cyber and electronic warfare systems that will defeat
attacks, and the developing ‘mind craft’ needed by those researching, planning and operating against such a backdrop.
By Göran Roos
The way value is created is experiencing a profound shift, fundamentally restructuring the economy.
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Promoting Australia's advancement through technology