Disrupting the logistics space
Budi Handoko is an ideas man. Despite growing up in the small Indonesian town of Singkawang, West Kalimantan, his vision for himself was cross-continental.
Progress with privacy
The complexity of who owns the data being recorded by this piece of technology means that without proper safeguards, governments, employers and other stakeholders such as health insurance companies, schools and law enforcement agencies, could be able to use it to determine whether a person is fit for work or needs medical or psychological intervention.
Universities in a post-COVID world
Universities have been transformed by the COVID-19 pandemic and their purpose has never been more important, according to UOW’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) Professor Theo Farrell.
Off to a flying start
Rajvir Singh has had a soaring start to his career. Less than two years ago, while studying towards a computer science degree, he landed a graduate position in financial services with Macquarie Group, Hong Kong, combining his skills and passion for technology with real-world problem solving.
AI at work
Joel Robbie started Nod as a way to solve a family problem. Now the fintech start-up has been listed on KPMG’s coveted FinTech 100 as a company to watch.
Out of the box
There’s no substitute to hands-on training – or is there? Two University of Wollongong alumni are proving there is.