This landmark series of blueprints describes the challenges and opportunities faced by society as climate change intersects with: energy, air pollution and justice.
What skills will students need to thrive in an AI-future, and what does this mean for education and learning in both school and beyond?
Across the globe, people are risking everything to escape their war-ravaged home countries. How can 'Narrative Exposure Therapy' effectively treat mental health, and contribute to the recovery of these displaced persons?
The Division of Equity Diversity and Inclusion welcomes Professor Leisa Sargent as the newly appointed co-Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) as part of the vertical job-share trial.
One of the most controversial aspects of the rise of intelligent machines is the development of ‘lethal autonomous weapon systems’. But what impact will these 'killer robots' have on the way wars are fought?
What does disability care of the future look like when provided or augmented by a robot rather than a person? Is this a safe way to alleviate costs and improve care, or does it introduce excessive risk and isolation?
What we don’t understand often looks dangerous. But to cope with inevitable and accelerating change, we need to go beyond technophobia and moral panic and dive into what seems dangerous.
Hear AI expert Toby Walsh predict the exact year machines will be as intelligent as humans.
These Principles are grounded in evidence and informed by good practices from other countries, as well as from Australia’s past.
How can people contribute to shaping our digital future? As our lives become increasingly digital, what is the road ahead for self-driving vehicles, digital health and how our personal data is used?
In a first-time collaboration, UNSW’s outreach program ASPIRE joined forces with Grand Challenges to give Year 10 students a closer look at how the university confronts the greatest issues facing humanity.