Australian legislators must grapple swiftly with the implications of the recent explosion in generative AI tools like ChatGPT – or miss an historic moment to shape these transformative technologies, secure our sovereign capability and leverage huge economic opportunities.
STA launches Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
Commitments to deepen relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in STEM and elevate the profile of First Nations’ STEM expertise are at the heart of Science & Technology Australia’s new Reconciliation Action Plan launched today.
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