The chief investigator of the University's Atrocity Forecasting Project has urged 'intensive monitoring' of nations facing significant risk of genocide.
With a ministerial refusal to act on the NSW Heritage Council’s findings, Sydney’s Sirius building has lost its heritage appeal. Demolition is now imminent and the building has been, philosophically at least, abandoned.
The flow of reports about the impact of automation, mostly dire, continues. The big question is whether we are facing more of the same, or whether the exponential technologies will usher in more dramatic changes, writes Honorary Professor Ron Johnston.