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1 November 2022
Twitter

Is Elon Musk going to blow up Twitter?

In the ongoing saga of Elon Musk's on-again, off-again acquisition of Twitter, the master plan seems now to be emerging months later, a Swiss Army knife-like app.

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4 July 2024
Misinformation

Can ‘prebunking’ help stop the spread of misinformation in a year of global elections?

Amid US and UK elections in 2024, AI-generated misinformation poses a serious threat to electoral integrity. The Australian Electoral Commission recently emphasised the importance of ‘prebunking’ as an essential ingredient in preventing misinformation and protecting electoral integrity, but what is it?

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17 June 2024
Music Cover

How music in youth detention can create new futures

Many young people in contact with the justice system come from backgrounds of extreme poverty, parental abuse or neglect, parental...

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14 May 2024

Newly formed Centre aims to transform our understanding of violence against women

Eliminating violence against women is one of the major challenges of the 21st century. Awareness of the problem has grown...

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28 June 2023
Pacific Islands

Why Australia needs to partner with the Pacific to fight climate change

Senator Penny Wong, Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs, has been actively engaging with Pacific Island countries to address climate change, which is seen as the greatest threat to the region. However, doubts remain about whether this engagement can be sustained and deepened to strengthen relationships. Australia's engagement in the Pacific needs to extend beyond climate and security issues and focus on understanding the region and fostering a genuine partnership.

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25 April 2023

Time to do time for a fairer future?

Professor Susan Harris Rimmer contemplates the charges against a group of Queenslanders who protested against coal and gas in the parliament and were charged with disturbing the legislature, which carries a three-year jail sentence. She questions if getting arrested is the only meaningful way to achieve intergenerational justice.

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29 March 2023

Navigating Artificial Intelligence with Toby Walsh

In this instalment of Griffith University’s Better Future for All series, journalist Kerry O’Brien explores the future and impact of AI with leading global thinker Professor Toby Walsh.

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20 March 2023

The false promises of the “15 Minute City”

Griffith University’s award-winning urban planner, Dr Tony Matthews, applies his professional insights to the the "15 Minute City". The 15 minute city concept is designed to ensure that most daily necessities are close by our homes and purports to return residents to a more local way of living but will fail to realise its promise for a broad section of the community.

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14 March 2023
Fast food

C.S.I. My Plate!

Poor diet has been shown to be one of the largest risks to health. But when it comes to changing eating patterns – are we too focussed on an individual M.O. (method of operation) and not enough on the M.M.O. (means, motive and opportunity) to eat well? asks Dr Julia Cairns.

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7 March 2023
Gold colored piggy bank

Superannuation: The rules of the game keep changing

Considerable recent attention has been drawn towards Australia's superannuation system, and the potential need for legislative and regulatory amendments. Australian Treasurer Dr Jim Chalmers wants to limit concessions and benefits to taxpayers with over $3 million in superannuation funds. Professor Rob Bianchi takes a look at the impacts and implications of these likely changes.

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