Cybersecurity: how data scrutiny can thwart attacks
Can a new method of analysing big datasets help organisations fight off cyber attacks?
How a career in data took Patricia from the Great Barrier Reef to Antarctica
Good data analysis is all about finding the real adventure in the numbers, says Dr Patricia Menéndez.
The fourth industrial revolution and what happens next: Professor Simon Wilkie
The future does not belong to the robots. With Head of Monash Business School, Professor Simon Wilkie.
“I worried I was weaponising people”: global data expert, Professor Galit Shmueli
Artificial Intelligence simply doesn't understand "fairness" and teaching advanced data analysis means ensuring people “have a heart as strong as their brain".
Forecasts are always wrong (but we need them anyway)
From weather-watchers to the lovelorn, ancient conquerers to prison wardens; we all want to know what lies in our future. With Professor Rob Hyndman.
Is it time to back a female athlete to go ‘sub-130’?
Eliud Kipchoge drew acclaim by running a marathon in under two hours. But female athletes are setting the pace in pushing the boundaries of physical endeavour, argues Associate Professor Simon Angus.
Breaking through the sub-two-hour marathon barrier
The marathon runner's dream of breaking through the two-hour barrier is now in sight.
Seizing the initiative: What else the Panama Papers reveal
While the 2016 Panama Papers investigation revealed unprecedented tax avoidance, a new study unearths another role offshore entities play: helping those involved avoid governments confiscating their property.
Providing Venezuelans with trusted information in a time of crisis
As the national power outage in Venezuela grinds on, the IP-Observatory is providing real-time insights through big-data.
Future predictions: revolutionising the accuracy of business forecasting
Anticipating customer demands into the future can be tricky. But a new tool could revolutionise the accuracy of business forecasting.