Designers who use ethics to shape better companion robots will end up making better humans, too, say UNSW researchers.
US actions do more than just keep Huawei away from critical infrastructure. They choke off the supply of semiconductors to China.
Former Vice-Chancellor Sir Rupert Myers will lead celebrations today marking the 50th anniversary of the signing of an agreement to provide officer cadets with degree studies for the first time.
Two of Australia’s top former military leaders Angus Houston and David Hurley have been awarded UNSW’s highest honour in recognition of their eminent service to the community.
OPINION: The so-called obesity epidemic is a more complex picture than the statistics would have us believe, writes Professor Jenny Stewart in The Canberra Times.
UNSW and NewSouth Publishing have capped off a great year in book publishing with double wins in the Prime Minister’s Prize for Australian History.
Researchers have achieved a breakthrough in quantum communications and computing using a teleporter and a paradoxical cat.
The Afghan mission is too vital to abandon and quitting would bring large-scale horrors, according to defence experts.
The Australian government should be exploring opportunities for closer strategic partnerships with a number of Southeast Asian states, according to a key report just published by UNSW@ADFA academic Carl Thayer.
No government is seriously concerned about its impact on future generations despite intergovernmental reports and claims to the contrary, argues professor of public policy Jenny Stewart.