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Ian Cubitts
Ian Cubitts

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‘Who owns the data?’: Fitbits and private health data give pause for thought

Australians who unwrapped a Fitbit at Christmas likely plan to use the data it collects to improve their health; however, researchers warn there are data privacy concerns to consider.

Technology could help with social distancing

Technology to assist with social distancing has been trialled at a recent event at the National Convention Centre Canberra.

Canberra home to new world ranked supercomputer

Australia’s newest supercomputer Gadi, stationed in Canberra, has ranked number 25 in the global TOP500 overnight.

Canberra Theatre launch free streaming service

The Canberra Theatre's new free streaming service utilises their facilities, supports local artists, and allows Canberrans to engage with the arts.

Webinar: A closer look at COVIDSafe

Since its launch one month ago, the COVIDSafe app has become one of the fastest-downloaded apps in Australian history; now a panel of experts will examine technology’s role in the fight against COVID-19.

Embracing technology: Weekly market wrap with Sam Dodimead

Industry leaders at the forefront of technology Property professionals have rapidly adapted to the current environment by embracing technology; it has become common practice for buyers to be able to view properties virtually...

What to expect from kids’ behaviour during isolation

Children’s routines have changed dramatically within a matter of weeks due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Along with the likelihood that they’re no longer going to school or daycare, they’re unable to socialise with their friends...

ACT legal support services move to audio-visual communications

Legal support services in the ACT have moved to audio-visual communications to ensure the safety of the community and their staff.

Fake news checklist to fight against misinformation

Want to spot fake news when it appears in your feed? Responsible Technology Australia has some useful tips for our readers.