technology

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Technology is rapidly changing the legal profession so lawyers need to focus on what they can provide that a machine cannot, writes Michael Legg. 

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UNSW is one of five virtual hubs around the world bringing together graduate students and scholars to discuss research in music and psychology for the Global Arts and Psychology Seminar. 

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Roads versus public transport: for decades, these have been the battle lines in debates over transport in our cities. But a revolution in mobility is underway that will transform our thinking, writes S. Travis Waller.

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Advances in transport infrastructure technology are changing the landscape more quickly than anyone foresaw.

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Better knowledge about the local market helps Indonesia's ridesharing startup Gojek beat Silicon Valley tech company Uber, writes Nick Wailes.

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Australia is up to ten years ahead of the rest of the world in using digital technology to improve mental health care, according to Google Life Sciences' Dr Tom Insel.

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Despite a $500 million cut, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency has survived and can still help drive the renewable energy revolution, write Andrew Blakers and Richard Corkish.

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The $10 million UNSW and Hangzhou Cable Joint Laboratory, the first project of the new Torch Innovation Precinct at UNSW, promises to transform electricity transmission. 

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How will digital technology impact on future health care and universities? Two global leaders in their fields signal revolutionary changes are on the way.

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Technological innovations present massive opportunities for the construction industry if we shift our economy and skills-base to take advantage of them, writes Martin Loosemoore.

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