We should consider how artificial intelligence will impact how we teach, what we teach, and its potential to ethically support innovation and improvement in education.
The move to consolidate security agencies under one minister upends generations of conventions on how security intelligence and executive police powers are managed separately.
Dutton comes to the job with, at best, a middling ministerial record. His time in the health portfolio was a nightmare. In immigration he has been relentlessly political.
Peter Dutton will take charge of a new mega home affairs portfolio in a sweeping overhaul of national security agencies and responsibilities.
People tend to hold inflated impressions of their own intelligence: most people think they are above average.
Not everyone agrees on how artificial intelligence will change the way we live. But it's not all doom and gloom either.
New research provides early evidence of general intelligence in animals.
While in London this week, Turnbull has the chance to hear about the operation of the British home office. The UK model would be more relevant than the US version if Australia went down this route.
Security guarantees are impossible, but too many dangerous individuals are falling through the cracks.
James Bond and Jason Bourne have little to tell us about modern spycraft.
Genetic study finds that the way the nervous system forms and develops might influence intelligence.
The US president's sharing of sensitive information with the Russian foreign minister is not only inept, it shows an alarming lack of understanding of Russia's role in the Syrian conflict.
The truth about chess playing and intelligence.
Working memory and intelligence tend to go hand in hand.
Understanding which groups of children are more likely to smoke cannabis in late adolescence raises interesting questions.
Practice may not make perfect, suggests new study.
Turns out learning a musical instrument really could benefit your child, in more ways than you might think.
Two experts argue the case.
Laptops in class are distracting – even for the most motivated students.
The BBC’s Sherlock – along with most contemporary adaptations – seems to indicate that the values of the intellect are not those of society.