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Still in the dark over COVID-19, testing and re-testing is vital

To hedge risk, we need to estimate the risk. Yet COVID-19 involves too much uncertainty to ...  
The benefits and risks of AI and post-human life

Philosophers involved in the theories of post-humanism and transhumanism are captivated by the ...  
COVID-19 will change our use of online services — for better

The players in the telecommunications industry have decisively reacted to the COVID-19 crisis ...  
Staying safe and healthy in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic

William Olson discusses the effects of COVID-19 on the population, casual and hospitality workers ...  
Universal basic income is the only fair option in COVID-19 crisis

Have we all of a sudden forgotten that the global system in the current pandemic crisis was itself ...  
Vale Bill Withers: A giant of soul music

The sun has sadly set on the career of influential soul artist Bill Withers, who has died of heart ...  
Tragic passing of tireless campaigner for workers John Passant

IA is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John Passant: a contributor, columnist, political ...  
How the coronavirus crippled Italy

Chiara Berardi, Marcello Antonini and Professor Francesco Paolucci unpack what went tragically ...  
Nationalism takes hold in Australia and elsewhere amid COVID-19

The coronavirus has intensified the patriotism and inwardness of countries all over the world ...  
COVID-19 has reminded us to trust and prioritise science

The coronavirus pandemic should lead us to consider the importance of science and the environment ...  
Indigenous Australian practices can help fight COVID-19

The Government must introduce Indigenous-specific policies to ward off the coronavirus, writes ...  
We must be ready to manage the dead from coronavirus

Funerals should be postponed and governments must implement body-handling procedures in wake of ...  
ATO and money scams rob Australians of millions

Like many of us, I am an informed and law-abiding citizen.  
During times of disaster, the human spirit prevails

The coronavirus crisis has the ability to bring the best out of us, writes Greenpeace Australia ...  
Trust in politics, institutions and each other is in steep decline

In this review, Claudia Perry-Beltrame analyses the current trust deficit in public life and how ...  
Compassion got us through bushfire crisis, as it will coronavirus

If the first few months of this year are anything to go by, 2020 is shaping up to be a blockbu ...  
Leaping into the last day of summer

History Editor Dr Glenn Davies looks at 29 February as a day to contemplate time passing.  
Cold and callous: Australia rejects visa for mourning husband

How have we come to this? Geoffrey Heaviside is an Australian citizen, born and brought up here. ...  

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