Investing in Australia's future technology talent
Studying network or software engineering, cyber security, or data analytics? You're in luck, with demand for talent in these areas at an all time high.
In fact, in the next 5 years Australia is expected to have a shortfall of 60,000 information and communication technology workers. This leaves the country vulnerable to tackling some of the biggest issues disrupting society.
The University of Technology Sydney, along with one of the country’s biggest employers, Telstra, are committed to addressing the looming skills shortage, through placements and work integrated experiences, research and innovation opportunities, and more development including early access to career opportunities.
Brave new world: technology & human rights
From facial recognition to genetic engineering, neural network computing to black-box algorithms, the potential for emerging technologies to change the structure of our society and our relationships to one another—for good or ill—is profound.
But the law isn’t keeping up.