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Tomorrow's business leaders and decision makers will no longer be confronted by graphs and spreadsheets of figures thanks to a Deakin University and SAS research collaboration which will harness the power of big data and visualisation technology.
Only two decades ago, it was the stuff of science fiction and blockbuster movies like Artificial Intelligence. Can a computer think like a human? Can a machine take the leap from simply following instructions to thinking independently?
Deakin will be involved in two new Co-operative Research Centres (CRCs), announced by the Federal Minister for Industry Mr Ian McFarlane on 21 February.
Boosting the supply of blood donations from Australia's African communities is the focus of a potentially life-saving research project from the School of Management and Marketing.
Workplace stress extracts a heavy toll on individuals, families and the economy, but Deakin research is providing strategies that take the sting out of the 9-5.
A research paper that was almost by-passed for publication is now gaining global attention after it caught the attention of the United States' government.
Announcing the Faculty of Business and Law's inaugural Business Scholarship Golf Day to be held in November.
Part of Asia's capital market boom, Indonesia is attracting multi-national investment. But working with developing-world communities presents corporate social responsibility challenges. Deakin research examines the pulp and paper industry in one of Australia's closest neighbours and trading partners.