Friday, August 7, 2020
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Cyber Safety

Puzzle-solving skills and some creative thinking can help strengthen the cyber safety of billions of people around the world.

These people do not exist. They’re deep fakes

New neural networks created by Nvidia can produce eerily accurate portraits of people that don't actually exist. So, what kind of devious applications could these deep fakes have in future?
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University of Sydney information technologies

To prepare for your first job, you need to think beyond just getting good grades.
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UTS Bachelor of Technology and Innovation

Thinking of studying a Bachelor of Technology and Innovation? It's one of the brand new UTS courses. Lachlan Gregory took the plunge in studying this new degree, and gives us a look at exactly what's on offer. It's about innovating old ideas, and preparing for the jobs of tomorrow.
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Australia has 200,000 vacant STEM jobs, in nation-wide employment emergency

According to a recent ABC report, Australian tech employers are facing a serious STEM skills drought. 

5 tips to help you ace your written STEM assignments

There's no mystery about how to improve your grades. The same steps apply to all assignments to ensure the work you produce is as good as it can be.

The clever country: how engineers are designing smarter cities

Thanks to engineers, the cities of the future will be smarter, safer and more sustainable.

Studying engineering? Here’s how to step up your CV

So, you think you can engineer? Ramp up your resume with these extracurricular industry comps.