The sudden removal of ‘erotic’ features from the virtual friend app has left lovelorn users high and dry.
Ceridwen Dovey is the winner of the 2021 UNSW Press Bragg Prize for Science Writing.
If we aren’t careful with our online data, artificial intelligence will take over our intimate personal lives, a new book says.
According to this theory, our social and political views can be impacted not only by the sex of our children, but also whether we have more male or female relatives.
UNSW’s Grand Challenge on Trust reaches a broader audience in fortnightly conversations with national and international thought leaders.
DNA evidence from the Himba society in Namibia overturns ideas about genetic paternity, and about what it means to be a father.
Dr Katharine Kemp from UNSW Law is leading the Grand Challenge on Trust, focusing on experts, institutions and data practice.
Women invest more time and attention in appearance enhancement if they live in economically unequal environments - a phenomenon driven by status anxiety, according to a new study.
Associate Professor Adriana Vergés is recognised for her creative and persuasive leadership in the public interest.
What will happen in the next sexual revolution? When will machines become smarter than humans? The Festival of Dangerous Ideas, presented this year for the first time in conjunction with UNSW, asked some fascinating questions.