The AI that we use today has profound implications for how we are terraforming ourselves, our culture and the earth itself.
With less than 1% of the 30 million forcibly displaced asylum seekers finding permanent settlement, overcoming the mental health toll of insecure visa status is an enormous challenge.
The problem in fast-growing Sydney isn't too many people, it's too many cars, says a UNSW urban design expert.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is hard to see – but it’s already being built into the infrastructure of our core institutions, from education, business, healthcare, hiring, to the work of government itself.
The proposal could result in narrowing the gender pay gap, through a more vibrant economy that retains and enhances skills built up by parents throughout their careers.
The first food-growing space for the University has been launched for students and staff with a green thumb.
The Kaldor Centre’s Safe Journeys and Sound Policy critically analyses the ways people can seek asylum without risking dangerous journeys.
Posidonia might sound like a mysterious underwater being in a superhero movie, but it’s real and is fast disappearing from our waters.
It’s a really critical time in terms of shaping the future. People seem to think the future is something that just happens to us.
UNSW Art & Design’s Fang Xu is applying his research to complex urban renewal projects including Zen Street in Wenzhou, China.
While the ‘ghost cities’ in China are unlikely to occur in Australia, some scary trends here should act as a cautionary tale.