Reducing risk of using AI tech

Companies exploring artificial intelligence (AI) to adapt their business operations now have a risk management tool to help them manage new potential workplace health and safety […]

Giving kids a sporting chance

Organised sport, dance and drama after school and on weekends give children an advantage and headstart for the rest of their lives. But these opportunities are […]

Short shift for volunteer numbers

Every year about 6 million Australian volunteers chip in more than 500 million hours of unpaid labour but raising the retirement age will reduce people’s ability […]

DNA left behind without a touch

A person can leave DNA on a surface without directly touching it, a Flinders University study has found, with the longer someone spends in a room […]

The law behind robot interactions

Advancements in technology have enabled the design of hyper-realistic, Wi-Fi–connected, programmable sex robots that can mimic human responses, but what do these developments mean for how […]

Strategic appointment strengthens JBC

Flinders University is delighted to welcome outstanding legal researcher Professor Melissa de Zwart to the position of Professor in Digital Technology, Security and Governance in the […]

Warning on pandemic cybercrime rates

A new study of almost 12,000 Australians has found one-third of the adult population has experienced pure cybercrime during their lifetime, with 14% reporting this disruption […]