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AN ECU research project is investigating Australians’ attitudes towards surveillance and privacy in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Project lead and PhD candidate Leah Shanley said Australians seemed indifferent or were struggling to grasp how privacy was affected by advances in technology.
The survey is an extension of the pilot study conducted late last year that showed 74 per cent of respondents were concerned about their privacy, particularly relating to the monitoring of behaviour.
Participants who complete the survey will automatically be entered into a draw to win an iPad mini.
Dr Mohiuddin Ahmed is one of just 13 computing experts in Australia to be recognised as a Distinguished Speaker by the Association for Computing Machinery.
Researchers from ECU and Cinglevue explore new means for student assessment and insights into learning through Speech Recognition in Digital Learning Contexts.
The WACTF is an industry developed two-day event where competitors have to solve challenges based on real cyber security threats and issues.
Dr Michelle Ellis received the Achievement Recognition Award for her initiatives that encourage women into STEM fields under the ethos of #ChampionsCreatingChampions
The ECU School of Science are working together with Talison Lithium Mining to foster pathways and support for students in the South West to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) studies and future careers.
A program supporting the success of regional and remote students has earned acclaim this week in a national award honouring Australia's most outstanding university teachers.
New Edith Cowan University (ECU) research has shed light on the quality of supervision at public swimming pools in Western Australia with almost one quarter of caregivers distracted by mobile phones, and women faring worse than men.
A unique brain protein measured in the blood could be used to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease decades before symptoms develop, according to new Edith Cowan University (ECU) research.
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