In a landmark position on Darling Harbour, the W Hotel channels a great Australian icon: the larrikin. Targeting millennium and Gen Z guests, design features of the hotel reference tattoos, grafitti, and ocean predators.
Australia’s preeminent tech executive sat down with Forbes Australia on the first day of SXSW Sydney, and didn’t hold back on the nation’s opportunity to lead in key sectors globally. Robyn Denholm is the Chair of the Tesla Motors board as well as the Australian Tech Council, and a partner in Australia’s leading VC firm Blackbird Ventures.
Amid changes in climate, Australian agricultural revenue is projected to fall by $13 billion next year. Agtech — the intersection of technology and agriculture — is one solution that could replenish the ditch.
He won 4 gold medals, competed in two paralympic sports, was Australian of the Year, and founded a non-profit for young people with disabilities. Now Dylan Alcott is pushing brands to do better in diversity representation.
New legislation has been introduced to govern the use of facial recognition and protect Australians privacy. But critics say it does not go far enough.
Film, TV, radio, and online writers may soon be back at their keyboards, but actors won’t be returning to set until SAG-AFTRA makes a deal to lift the strike.
At least 17 per cent of men have received AI training in the last 12 months. Yet only 7 per cent of women were given the same opportunities. It may be because of the ‘pipeline problem’, according to new research.
Climasens was founded in Melbourne in 2017. The company and its partners received a grant this week from the Google.org Impact Challenge.
New research released at the Gartner Symposium on the Gold Coast reveals that CIOs need bigger budgets to modernise apps, and fund cybersecurity.
Startups in Victoria were valued at $50 billion in 2020. Now close to double that, the Garden State’s startup ecosystem has outperformed growth expectations.