One of the world’s foremost authorities on artificial intelligence lays out how he thinks society will change over the next 30 years as the technology becomes commonplace.
Advocates support Smith’s bill, which forces Coalition to resolve whether to allow a conscience vote in parliament
Five Liberal MPs released an unprecedented joint statement in support of Dean Smith’s marriage equality bill, attracting overwhelming support from advocates as the Liberal party prepared for a bruising debate in a special party room meeting.
But the outcome of the issue remains in play, as Malcolm Turnbull is under pressure from supporters to allow a free vote and opponents urge him to stick to the policy of a plebiscite.
Nervous about the thought of your connected car falling victim to hacks, especially when self-driving cars hit the streets in earnest? So is the British government — it just issued tougher guidelines for the security of networked vehicles. It want…
The latest allegations against the Commonwealth Bank highlight a deeply disturbing failure with the capacity to undermine national security, writes business editor Ian Verrender.
Whether it is same-sex marriage or clean energy, the issues facing Australia are threatening to tear its Government apart, writes political editor Chris Uhlmann.
Australian Navy divers and a survey ship are expected to arrive at Shoalwater Bay today to assist with the recovery operation of a US military aircraft that ditched into the water on Saturday afternoon.
- Top adviser refuses to say president will rule out firing special counsel
- ‘This is like medicine to him’: why Trump still needs love of the crowd
Senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway refused on Sunday to say if Donald Trump will commit to not firing Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating links between Trump aides and Russia who has empanelled a grand jury in Washington.
The British woman reportedly says she feared for her life during the “terrifying experience”.
- Rahm Emanuel: police officers ‘will not be political pawns in a debate’
- AG Sessions threatened to withhold funds over treatment of migrants
Chicago will sue the Trump administration on Monday, over threats to withhold public safety grant money from so-called sanctuary cities, mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on Sunday.
Greens’ Jeremy Buckingham says Coalition government frightened of public scrutiny following allegations of water theft in Murray-Darling basin
Water regulations due to be reviewed and updated on 1 September have been postponed for another year by the New South Wales government following the controversy over allegations of water theft in the Barwon-Darling region of the Murray-Darling basin.
The Greens MLC Jeremy Buckingham accused the NSW Coalition of running scared over the recent scrutiny of state water management following the Four Corners program.