A world filled with driverless cars, implantable phones, robotic pharmacists and AI members of corporate boards is sooner than we may expect, a new report says.
Andrew Anagnost, senior vice president at Autodesk, says there are “big disruptions” in the world of making things.
Nearly everyone who isn’t a lawyer agrees: intellectual property law is a mess.
When Brian Lim wanted to create a space startup everyone thought he was crazy.
A WA-based entrepreneur has created a fintech startup aiming to make life easier for tradies.
Governments and businesses need to start recognising the full potential of the sharing economy rather than just focusing on Uber, Airtasker chief executive Tim Fung says.
Working as a mental health outreach worker for two years, David Bakker regularly encountered people who wanted to find ways to improve how they felt, but didn’t really know how to go about it.
Peter Scutt’s startup journey started with a simple desire – he wanted to ensure his parents received the best possible care as they grew older.
Australia needs to prepare for the “era of the entrepreneur” by embracing new trends and encouraging cultural changes, a CSIRO principal scientist says.
Almost all of the tech tools associated with running a modern business can be easily integrated with one another, with the exception of PDFs and text documents.
For Chris Drake and his startup CryptoPhoto, winning an iAward means credibility and for a startup developing security technology, few things are more important.
A new tech conference focusing on the Internet of Things wants attendees to walk away with practical connections and investment opportunities, not just new knowledge.
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If governments want to create the jobs of the future they need to stop talking about science and technology skills and start removing the real barriers that hamper young people from accessing scientific research.
It’s difficult to imagine anything more terrifying than blacking out and waking up in a hospital bed, realising you’re unable to do anything but blink.
NASA has come knocking on the door of an Australian 3D-printing startup.
Australian entrepreneurs are too quick to “whinge” and lack the courage to have a go says one of the nation’s leading technology pioneers.
Flying cars and teleportation may have captured the imagination decades ago, but most current methods of transport have been around a long time.
Startups need to collaborate more with big businesses and industries to provide testing grounds for new, innovative technologies.
Google has launched a new service allowing Google Maps users to determine how well solar panels will work on their house.
A new Australian startup is aiming to put the power back into the hands of job seekers with a simple idea: “make a video, get a job”.