Digital disruption and the Law
The legal profession is experiencing digital disruption. Dean of the University of Melbourne Law School, Carolyn Evans, argues legal education must adapt too.
Coding in the classroom
Australian schools will soon introduce the new Digital Technologies curriculum - part of preparing students for the future, says the University of Melbourne.
Taking a city’s pulse: Touch-ons, transactions and tweets
Tweets, transactions and transport card ‘touch-ons’ could give urban planners the big data they need to better plan our cities.
Judge, jury and Google
The jury system needs to change to keep pace with 21st Century jurors, who are more digitally-connected than ever before.
Regulating the media in a changing environment
The Government's role in media regulation in a rapidly-changing environment is at the centre of this podcast hosted by Professor Glyn Davis.
Shock of new media shakes policy landscape
Technology has given consumers access to an unprecedented amount of news and information, but sustaining quality remains the challenge for media companies.
How technology and markets are bleeding our musical artists
How will music figure in the lives and livelihoods of generations to come? A critical look at the rapidly evolving business of commercial creativity.