News from CEDA events


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Expect further interest rate cuts: RBA Governor

Monetary policy is one way of helping the economy get on a better path, but fiscal and structural policy is also necessary, Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Australia’s ingredients for success in AI are perishable

Australia has all the ingredients to build and develop the next generation of tools and AI based systems that we can export. It is a digital export opportunity for the country, Data61 Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Turner, told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…


Automation a win-win scenario for Australia

There is a win-win scenario possible for Australia, where we capture the benefits of automation for the country as a whole, and also ensure that those benefits are broadly shared across the Australian workforce, McKinsey & Company Associate Partner, Hassan Noura told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…


NT development critical to Australia’s future economic growth

Australia’s future prosperity is not secure unless we develop the North of our nation, according to NT Chief Minister, Michael Gunner MLA. Read more…


Our world is now in the early stages of a sustainability revolution: Al Gore

Our world is now in the early stages of a sustainability revolution, said former Vice President of the United States and Founder and Chairman of the Climate Reality Project, Al Gore at CEDA’s climate change and economics event. Read more…


My Health Record empowering Australians to take more control of health and wellbeing

Digital technology will reinforce the human imperative of medical care, according to Australian Digital Health Agency CEO, Tim Kelsey. Read more…


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians yearn for voice to parliament

The surprise federal election result reinforced the importance of enshrining an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voice in Australia’s constitution, according to University of New South Wales Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Professor Megan Davis. Read more…


Vale Bob Hawke

CEDA has lost a friend and supporter with the passing of former Prime Minister and CEDA governor, the Hon. Robert Hawke AC on 16 May. Read more…


Infrastructure investment gap large and growing

More investment in infrastructure spending will be needed to meet a growing gap both in Australia and globally, according to Global Infrastructure Hub Chief Executive Officer, Marie Lam-Frendo. Read more…


Frontline employees need to be involved in development and deployment in AI

Involve front line staff to ensure the ethical and fair development and deployment of AI and automation, Community and Public Sector Union Senior Policy Officer, Osmond Chiu has told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


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