Venture capitalist billionaire Marc Andreessen dreams of ‘becoming technological supermen’ in a ‘techno-optimist’ manifesto built on a dark colonial vision.
National and ACT will need to get past their animosity towards NZ First, and its mercurial leader Winston Peters, if the right wing coalition is to have any hope of forming a government.
The Guardian has accused Microsoft of reputational damage, after it displayed one of its articles alongside an inappropriate AI-generated poll.
In a crowded region, it’s hard to know who is doing what, and where. Effective statecraft, though, is not always measured by quantity over quality.
Coalition talks can now start in earnest after the final results for the 2023 election were released.
Cryptocurrency tycoon Sam Bankman-Fried may face a jail term of more than a century after conviction on seven counts of fraud and money laundering.
It’s often the most vulnerable who suffer most in war. That remains true, with children making up around 40% of the casualties in the Israel-Hamas conflict. It’s devastating, now and into the future.
There are limits around what Australia might hope to achieve and what it should expect in Beijing, but there is room for cooperation.
It’s likely developing countries will be hit the hardest as AI become more common and more affordable.
This is probably a good thing for the government, because the transition to renewables isn’t going as well as it needs to
Convicted terrorist Abdul Nacer Benbrika yesterday won the right to remain an Australian citizen. So will he go free? And what does this mean for national security?
Although there was a lot of misinformation during the Voice to Parliament campaign, this is not the first time this has been used as a campaign tactic. Would a misinformation bill solve this
We accept the daily toll of road deaths and injuries as the price we pay to be able to drive everywhere, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
The tiny remote community of Santa Teresa spent seven years fighting for compensation for poor public housing. Now that the High Court has ruled in their favour, what does it mean for other renters?
A tangle of silver nanowires may pave the way to low-energy real-time machine learning.
In this podcast, independent economist Chris Richardson joins The Conversation to discuss a rate rise, "sticky" inflation, the fall in the standard of living, and a bleak prospect as we go into 2024.