Search results for: data privacy

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27 April 2021

Partnership to improve patient care by harnessing the power of data

Griffith and technology companyDatarwewill securely explore valuable information from Queensland hospitals to help some of the sickest patients, through a new AI healthcare partnership.

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19 May 2020

COVIDSafe and Identity: Governance Beyond Privacy

There has rarely been a greater test of our structures of governance than the flurry of lawmaking amidst the declared...

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27 September 2013

Crime data ‘gold’ inspires Solomon Lecture

Improved access to Queensland crime data isenhancing research, government accountability and crime prevention strategies. According to Griffith University’s Professor Anna...

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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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28 July 2021

Researchers design AI system for social distance breach detection

Griffith researchers have tested an AI video surveillance system to detect social distance breaches without compromising privacy.

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22 February 2023

Australia needs crypto-asset reform

In Australia, crypto-assets do not fall within the existing regulatory perimeter of financial products and services and are generally unregulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC). However, crypto-assets have been classified as a commodity by major global regulators and industry for years. Will Banks looks at how to address this regulatory confusion and strengthen Australia as a serious crypto destination.

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29 March 2022
Right to Repair

Why we really need to be able to fix our stuff

We all have things that are broken around our homes. Old iPhones, microwaves, fridges, washing machines or everyday consumer devices, such as our fitbits, tablets and computers. If we can’t fix them, they usually end of going into the rubbish and then ending up as landfill. Did you know that there are over 140,000 tonnes of e-Waste generated by Australians every year?

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6 October 2021

IT graduates launched in front of the RightCrowd

An exciting partnership will ensure eight brand new Griffith information technology graduates gain industry experience with tech company RightCrowd through a 12-month paid internship.

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27 May 2021
Alan Joyce AC

In Conversation with Alan Joyce AC

Travelling into the future The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many sectors to the brink, and none more so than the...

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31 March 2020

Evaluating the Queensland Human Rights Act: Building the case for the four-year review 2020 — 2024

Background On 1 January 2020 the Human Rights Act 2019 (henceforth ‘the Act’) commenced operation in Queensland, enacting twenty-three human...

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