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Over the last few years the tech community has seen a flux of regulations and principles for the creation of responsible artificial intelligence (AI) come online. QINGHUA LU and colleagues have set out to transition these principles from theory to practice. They're building guidelines that will provide concrete, reusable advice for developers, technologists, management, and regulators.

The modern researcher tends to need to be good at some form of cross discipline integration of research and development practice. But what of the integration of future science agendas as they are emerging? Does this require new ways of collaborating with researchers and research stakeholders? SIMON FIELKE and EMMA JAKKU report

Two scientists working with hydrogen membrane technology

The latest issue of Resourceful magazine profiles the latest in responsible innovation research on hydrogen technology.

Both fields are working toward a shared goal that incorporates the best of human ideas and technological solutions for sustainable outcomes.

Hydrogen has been tapped as the 'fuel of the future' in Australia's transition to a clean energy future. But as with any technology, public acceptance will be required for it to be adopted. We speak to Mitch Scovell about his research into hydrogen.

The Responsible Innovation FSP and other stakeholders from CSIRO recently joined forces with the World Economic Forum and contributed to their latest Insight Report released at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2022.

Research by CSIRO’s Precision Health and Responsible Innovation Future Science Platforms has shown that precision health’s vision of integrated, comprehensive, and personalised health for all still requires further development to enhance uptake.

We joined Charles Sturt University's podcast to explore questions on open science, open access and open data.

When a surgeon makes an error during a procedure, the legal framework of medical negligence helps attribute responsibility. But what about if the surgical tool itself is to blame? It gets even more complicated when you introduce tools that have been designed by an artificially intelligent system. We speak to DR DAVID DOUGLAS

We contributed to a project to help understand might we design and use digital technologies from an ethical position that prioritises Indigenous perspectives and knowledge practices.