Trump intends to sign an executive order instructing federal agencies to make R&D of artificial intelligence a priority. The initiative seeks to open up data and computing resources to AI experts while maintaining security and confidentiality.
In Budapest on Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had a warning for US allies considering using Huawei equipment on their soil.
With the final report of the Banking Royal Commission handed down, now is a good time to reflect on its consequences. But one of the casualties of the commission’s report appears to be the concept of personal responsibility.
The United States has placed sanctions on the state-owned Venezuelan oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), making the case that PDVSA is partly responsible for the country’s ‘tragic decline’.
While US President Donald Trump has been hammered in the mainstream media for his slow-playing criticism and action on Saudi Arabia, he is walking a delicate political tightrope amid murmurs that Saudi Arabia might change its successor to the throne.
It was the op-ed that everyone conveniently missed. Alexander Downer’s intriguing piece in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) three and a half weeks ago showed that there is more to the Khashoggi killing than meets the eye.
Matthew Guy’s single-minded focus on crime and terror have netted him an election defeat that will take years to recover from. Meanwhile, the Labor party has won on a platform that has promised to throw even more money at Victorian…
Theresa May is pushing ahead with a ‘soft’ Brexit and the deal stinks. As a result, Theresa May’s reign as prime minister may come to a swift end.
The death of Khashoggi brought the world’s attention to Saudi Arabia’s recent history of brutality. Indeed, it is a shame that it took this long for awareness of the crisis in Yemen to come to the fore.
Most Aussies tend to think of the ATO as the agency who takes 25–35% of our income. The hope is, of course, that your hard-earned tax dollars go to funding essential government services. Not lining the pockets of crooked ATO agents.
Political correctness is one of those things that can be, and often is, taken way out of hand. In January this year, we saw a national debate over the term ‘white privilege’ erupt…
The supposedly ‘great minds’ down at The Age and the Grattan Institute seem to think two rather wrongheaded things. The first is that we don’t need major infrastructure projects. Apparently, they’re nothing but election-time vote grabs…