Artificial intelligence has been around for decades, and is much more than just ChatGPT. Here’s a rundown of some lesser known AI applications.
Australian fans who didn’t manage to snag Eras tickets are on the hunt – and scammers are capitalising on this. Here’s everything you need to know to protect yourself.
The molecules that make micelles are in your dishwashing detergent, your body wash, your shampoo, your toothpaste and even many foods. They are there to help the water interact with the dirt and oils.
Coles plans to ‘optimise its workforce’ with big data and AI tools from a controversial tech company.
Listening for underground nuclear explosions amid the constant rumble of earthquakes is like looking for a needle that may not exist in a haystack the size of a planet.
Despite cold temperatures, water was relatively abundant in much of the southern hemisphere during ice ages.
For decades, the sandstone in central Australia yielded tantalising segments of some sort of fossil fish. Now, we have finally pieced together a complete picture of this remarkable species.
A plans for ‘Enhanced Games’ with no restrictions on performance-enhancing drugs would be bad for athletes and for sport itself.
Tools such as ChatGPT dominate the conversation around AI in schools. But with teachers looking to meet Indigenous content requirements, using generative AI could do more harm than good.
A new discovery is shedding more light on the overlap between the two species of human, despite the challenges of exploring this distant time
Mars has been a popular destination since space exploration began – and there are plenty of people who’d love to go there.
Each year, hungry plant-eating animals do billions of dollars of damage to valuable plants. We need prevention methods that don’t involve killing them.
The technology to link human brains with computers is developing quickly – but the path ahead is full of challenges.
Generative AI is everywhere, including licensed software tools that news media use for their work. Everyone needs to learn more about these features, their risks and benefits.
Paying for your parking via an app promises ease and efficiency. But we are entering a bargain with unclear terms around data privacy and public revenue.
Online dangers lurk in virtual worlds for children. As more preschoolers immerse themselves in virtual reality, we must manage the risks and keep them safe.
Apple’s plan for ‘spatial computing’ may redefine personal computing – and also facilitate trouble new kinds of surveillance.
When it feels like so many people are in need of compassion, how do we decide where to direct it?
Flowers tend to stand out against a natural background. A new study shows this contrast evolved in a key relationship with their most famous pollinators – bees.
Today, these plants are iconic to the Australian bush. But banksias and their many relatives originated in far-away shores 130 million years ago.