Australians have warmed to Queensland’s strict stance on re-opening its borders, saying the state should seriously consider staying shut on a permanent basis.
After initially criticising Queensland’s decision to remain closed until at least September, many people can now see the sense of the policy.
The Tax Office is rethinking government interventions and services for a complex world using a new, multi-disciplinary approach. Assistant Commissioner Misha Kaur discusses the value of systems thinking.
At the beginning of this year, few could have imagined we’d end up hoarding toilet paper and spending months in our houses.
Or that entire industries could almost completely dry up.
No-one had heard of social distancing, and the idea of walking in a wide arc around neighbours on the footpath would have been deemed insulting.
Alcoholic killer monkey leaves one man dead and 250 injured after going on rampage when his booze supply dried up.
When you go looking for patterns in over 32,000 academic philosophy articles, what will you learn?
In the following guest post*, Brian Weatherson, Marshall M. Weinberg Professor of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, describes how he applied topic modeling to articles published in philosophy journals between 1876 and 2013 and shares some of his findings.