There is an enormous opportunity in solving the challenge of how to design simpler standards for the audit of less complex entities.
As an area of research it has existed for decades, but organisations are only now beginning to appreciate the wondrous insight offered by social network analysis.
It’s important for insolvency practitioners to be aware of the implications of the revised APES 330 Insolvency Services standard, together with the ARITA Code of Professional Practice.
The next extension of machine learning is on its way. Machine teaching promises to bring the power of AI to those unskilled in data science. What could possibly go wrong?
In an age of sophisticated applicant tracking systems (ATS) and hi-tech digital job boards, it is imperative to ensure your CV has the best chance of standing out in the face of keyword optimisation.
A great elevator pitch can create interest in a project but less is definitely more. Here's how to do it.
What does your office design say to clients and other visitors? Does your workplace design communicate the positive purpose and energy of your business, or does it damage your brand?
Many high-tech applications, including those in defence, communications, automotive and computing, rely heavily on rare earth metals. They why is this vital industry shrouded in mystery?
They're bad for the economy, for the accounting industry and for our clients, so why are outrageous tax claims still so widespread?
When the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) first began looking into developing machine learning algorithms that would look after a time-consuming and laborious task, one of the greatest concerns was how it would make staff feel about job security.