Automating frequently followed procedures is the new big thing, but what you can automate, versus what you should automate might surprise you.
Check out ‘What should I automate?’
The million dollar question.
Mon, Aug 9 • 1:00 PM AEST online
Inaugural David Cooper Lecture with Dr Anthony S. Fauci
Date: Wed, Apr 14 • 6:30 PM AEST
Harriet A. Washington, author of ‘Carte Blanche: The Erosion of Medical Consent’ online webinar.
Date: Thu, Apr 22 • 7:00 AM AEST
The persistence of Myers Briggs, despite what the evidence says.
Article shared from
When large pieces of science infrastructure go on the record, it looks like
Storytelling is an art and an art worth your learning.
Get a two for one and immerse yourself in start up speak.
Free half day workshop covering:
understanding the idea to income process
creating and protecting intellectual assets
practicalities of decision making
where to go for advice and how to get value from your advisers
funding options (grant, investor types and expectations)
potential one-on-one mentoring session.
I’m sharing this piece by Leon Atkinson because I like the cut of his jib.
This is what the inside of my head looks like. This is how I think through problems, risks and consult stakeholders so that I can do what I do.
“Why do you think the way you think? Why do you do, what you do
? Why do I, do what I do?”
Ooh. Interesting! For the True Crime buffs this is a must.
Profilers have been portrayed in popular culture as possessing an ultimate, and often elusive, investigative ability to solve crimes that otherwise escape traditional techniques of investigation. What happens, however, when criminal profiling is used in a criminal trial?
Word of warning: it’s at La Trobe University Moot Court in Bundoora, so pack your toothbrush!