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CEDA looks ahead to 2021 after a remarkable year
It is with a genuine moment of pause that I start my last CEO update of 2020, a year that has been quite simply, extraordinary, writes CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento in the final update for 2020.


Keynote address PIT Forum 2020: Michelle Price
Read highlights from CEDA’s PIT Forum 2020 with AustCyber, Chief Executive Officer, Michelle Price, who discussed tech governance, the growing importance of digital technologies and the significance of individual and business behaviours and actions. ...Read More

PIT Forum 2020: putting humans at the centre of technology
Read highlights from CEDA’s PIT Forum 2020 with Australian Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Commissioner, Ed Santow, and the Ethics Centre, Fellow, Dr Matt Beard, who discussed how we can build confidence that human and public interest is at the centre of tech decision making. ...Read More

PIT Forum 2020: empowering consumers
Read highlights from CEDA’s PIT Forum 2020 with Australian National University, 3A Institute, Senior Fellow, Ellen Broad, King & Wood Mallesons, Partner, Scott Farrell, The University of Melbourne, Centre for AI and Digital Ethics, Co-Director, Professor Jeannie Paterson and Industry, and Science Australia, Chair, Andrew Stevens, who discussed putting the digital technology 'ball in the court of the consumer' and explored the effect of new technologies on consumer decision making....Read More

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ACCC's enforcement and compliance policy update 2021 CEDA welcomes ACCC Chairman, Rod Sims to outline the enforcement and compliance priorities for the Commission for the year ahead.




The four innovation secrets of the top performing Australian businesses
What separates the highest performing ASX companies from the rest? Dr Jerad Ford discusses the findings of CSIRO's recent work on innovation among top Australian companies done in partnership with the University of Queensland, which shows collaboration and the right attitude towards risk and innovation are crucial to success. 


WA has escaped the worst – it is time to build for the future
CEDA Senior Economist Cassandra Winzar says that Western Australia’s economy has escaped the worst impacts of COVID-19 and the state should now focus on building the economic foundations that will see it thrive into the future.    


Build climate resilience in recovery or we risk it all again
How can we use the COVID-19 crisis to mitigate the unfolding climate crisis? Deloitte Access Economics Associate Director, Claire Atkinson, discusses new research from Deloitte that highlights the economic consequences of climate complacency and the need for a new way of thinking about climate risk in economics.

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