This week is brought to you by Vanessa Toholka and Laura Summers, with Dan behind the desk. Starting with an insightful conversation on why we might create personalities for artificial intelligence. Followed by a discussion on how internet technologies are changing the operation of democracies.
This episode is presented by Laura Summers and Vanessa Toholka. Guests include Thomas Drake, US based former NSA employee and a whistleblower speaking about surveillance. Followed by a discussion on the recent La Trobe University Academic report on incidents regarding cyber crime in Australia.
This week Vanessa and Paul are joined by fascinating guests. Adem Cifcioglu, co-founder and organiser of Ally Camp (Australia's conference on accesibility and inclusion). Followed by creative director of Sandpit, Sam Haren, talking about how machine learning technology can help writiers and discussing these tools that will be showcased at the Digital Writers Festival.
This week Warren Davies is joined by Dan Morganti and Maize Wallin, chatting about games, games and more games! Guests include the team from 10Tickles to discuss the "Misadventures in Little Lon", a new True Crime Mysteries Augmented Reality game.
This weeks guests include Dr. Robert Hassan on his new book, Uncontained, looking at digital distractions and the experience of time. Followed by comic, Sam Hargreaves discussing his one-man-show Blly vs the Internet.
This weeks first guest is Australian Computer Society’s CEO, Andrew Johnson. Discussing the findings of their recently released Digital Pulse report on the ICT sector for 2019. Next, Paramythia creative head Lou Blitsas and performer Georgia Walters join us in the studio to speak about a Fringe Festival show called A Meme Stole My Girlfriend.
Hosts Vanessa Toholka, Rowena Murray and Paul Callaghan chat to Cassandra Seery, exploring how parents posting images and information about their children online could be infringing on their human rights.
This week Vanessa speaks with digital accessibility expert Andrew Arch from Intopia Digital, and with Jessica Brereton Head of Wearable Technologies Australia about the conference currently running in Melbourne.
Tyler and Vanessa in the studio this week to bring you all of the recent news in tech, startups, computing, gaming and the internet.
This episode we have an in depth discussion about China's new 'social credit' system trials, and how it could impact the future of privacy and freedom.
Vanessa then walks us through her recent visit to Tokyo, and speaks about some of the interesting combinations of technology and art that she witnessed while she was there.