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The NBN seems to have been a Kevin Rudd idea, and he used it effectively in his 2007 election campaign. It sounded good, too.
by Don Aitkin - 2/11/2017 - 10 comments
Religion is a man-made construct, and its flawed origins are rooted in the primitive recesses of our limbic brain - and distorted by our innate survival mechanisms.
by Brian Morris - 24/10/2017 - 38 comments
The very nature of Machine Learning is suited to big data: with high volumes and complexity readily available, the algorithms can improve themselves quickly and efficiently.
by Neil Dennis - 12/10/2017 - 2 comments
French opinion polls were so badly wrong that the leading newspaper La Parisienne took a break from writing stories based on polling results.
by Russell Grenning - 4/10/2017 - 9 comments
But then it dawned on me that Popper had failed to solve his fundamental problem - the problem of understanding how science makes progress.
by Nicholas Maxwell - 4/10/2017 - 14 comments
OK, let's continue dreaming. Assume the ACT's 100% renewables target applies nationally.
by Geoff Carmody - 22/08/2017 - 8 comments
Sun Microsystems co-founder Bill Joy and the company he currently backs, Ionic Materials, unveiled a solid-state alkaline battery design.
by Tsvetana Paraskova - 14/08/2017 - 4 comments
Will we become, as some noted scientists and technologists have suggested, a species surpassed and then subjugated by its own machinery?
by Mal Fletcher - 27/07/2017 - 5 comments
In its attack on the very foundations of science, Trumpism constitutes an epistemic disaster: we are facing a crisis in terms of knowledge and objective inquiry.
by Sam Ben-Meir - 25/07/2017 - 26 comments
We don’t seem to have noticed that when it comes to the state of the nation, the Blues (and Victoria) are all over us.
by Graham Young - 21/07/2017 - 7 comments
And as a final thought, peace and prosperity (economic growth) seem a basic assumption in the whole set.
by Don Aitkin - 12/07/2017 - 3 comments
Tragically a momentum builds up and people feel that they cannot swim against the tide, for example, people are being forced into online banking.
by Keith Suter - 17/05/2017 - 19 comments

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