Helping to prepare for quantum’s cybersecurity threat
A team of researchers led by the RI FSP’s Dr Rebecca Coates spoke to cybersecurity experts and professionals to understand technical and ethical risks posed by quantum computing.
Going global: Dr Yuwan Malakar presents RI findings to international audience
We caught up with the Responsible Innovation Future Science Platform's DR YUWAN MALAKAR to discuss his experience at the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) Conference last year.
Best of both worlds: how responsible innovation might contribute to mission-oriented innovation
New research from the Responsible Innovation Future Science Platform led by DR SIMON FIELKE has explored the question of ‘how responsible innovation and mission-oriented innovation might work together’.
New research finds genomic professionals support patient genomic data ownership in Australia
Advances in genomics science have huge potential for patient outcomes. But with this momentum comes an ethical tension around the rights of patients to own their data. New research by DR YUWAN MALAKAR and colleagues explores perceptions of health professionals around this issue.
H2 GO: Australians looking for slow and steady approach to development of hydrogen industry
With the hydrogen industry still in the early stages of development, community acceptance will be crucial to whether it succeeds. A new report examines public attitudes around not just how hydrogen is used, but also its production, storage and transport.
Meet Gabi Skoff: Championing a holistic approach to the responsible innovation of quantum technologies
As Australia ramps up efforts to build a thriving commercial quantum industry, GABI SKOFF is investigating the role that responsible innovation may or may not be playing in this emerging innovation ecosystem.
Is the Australian public on board with responsible innovation?
We've conducted a benchmark study surveying over 4,000 Australians to measure public perceptions of responsible innovation in Australia.
Cara Stitzlein talks about Something Digital . . .
We spoke to the RI FSP's Cara Stitzlein to get across the program at this year's 'Something Digital' festival.
Global effort to build the quantum economy
Quantum computing is developing rapidly with government and business investment reaching $35.5 billion across a range of quantum technologies globally. But how do we prepare for the societal-scale transformation that will be brought about by a technology that has not yet reached maturity?
RI in the lab: Impacting the course of biomedical innovation
Can embedding social science in new technology development drive more socially responsible outcomes? We chat to a researcher who has spent the last 18 months working alongside systems biology researchers. Meet JOHN NOEL M. VIAÑA