When AI gets it wrong, workers suffer
AI can be just as discriminatory in the workplace as any human manager and the law needs to catch up to this new reality, says University of Melbourne expert
The importance of allies on IDAHOBIT Day
While increased visibility of the LGBTQIA+ SB community aims to promote acceptance, it can inadvertently increase stigma, says University of Melbourne expert.
The women putting intelligence in artificial intelligence
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say it’s crucial women play a role in AI innovation and education to combat gender discrimination.
Empowering disabled talent in the Australian screen industry
A new University of Melbourne report highlights discrimination and inaccessibility for disabled film and television workers in Australia
Removing barriers to participation for people with disability
Policies that remove barriers to participation could substantially improve health and wellbeing for people with disability, say University of Melbourne experts.
Reimagining age equality at work
There’s an ambivalence in age discrimination law. Now, age equality needs a voice for a more equal future in the workplace, says University of Melbourne expert.
Challenging five years of transphobia
The impact of the ‘transgender debate’ is unrelenting, but visible acts of allyship can help Australia's trans community say University of Melbourne experts.
Challenging decisions made by algorithm
If an algorithm makes an unfair decision about you, a lack of process makes it hard to challenge, appeal or even contest it, say University of Melbourne experts
Protecting staff at parliament house
University of Melbourne expert says Australia’s Parliament should comply with their own workplace and anti-discrimination laws to protect staff working there.
Children with same-sex parents outperform others in school
Same-sex-parented children outperform their peers in many areas of academic achievement finds a new study led by the University of Melbourne.