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Artificial intelligence at work
Australian Karl Redenbach believes his New York-based company LiveTiles is poised to turn traditional work methods upside down using artificial intelligence (AI). He says the era of digital transforma ...
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Class: business-style
Sparks in the Desert
Tags: Inspiring Australian Women
Nestled deep in Australia’s Red Centre, the Desert Knowledge Precinct is home to innovative organisations and initiatives that create opportunities for desert communities. These include the Intyalheme ...
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The best of 2017: Australian Technology
Australians have made incredible advancements around the world in technology. Catch up on the best featured on Australia Unlimited in the past year.
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The best of 2017: Australian MedTech
Australians have developed groundbreaking medtech with the potential to transform lives around the world. Read more about the innovations featured on Australia Unlimited this year.
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Class: technology-style
This is rocket science
Italian rocket scientist Flavia Tata Nardini believes we are fast moving towards a world where everything from fridges to forests will be connected to the internet. Her startup, Fleet Space Technologi ...
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Class: technology-style
From space beer and satellites to self-driving cars
With inventions that led him to NASA and Toyota via the world’s first space beer, Dr Alex Green is proof of one thing – the future of Australian innovation sits centre on the world stage.
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Class: technology-style
Australian startup set to revolutionise remote satellite connectivity
An Adelaide-based startup with a growing fleet of small satellites and patented signals processing software plans to help businesses in remote locations worldwide affordably access the Internet of Thi ...
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Class: science-style
Dayong Jin: Harnessing light for a healthcare revolution
From portable diagnostic tools that will allow people to monitor their health in real time, to nanoparticles that can detect and shine a light on at-risk cells before they become cancerous, Professor ...
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Paul Dastoor: In sunshine or in shadow
Tags: Clean Energy | Clean Power | Engineering | Environment | Innovation | Photovolatics
Solar panels as thin as a sheet of transparency plastic. Solar panels printed with electronic inks that conduct electricity. Solar panels that can work anywhere – in sunshine or shadow, on rooftops or ...
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