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Students of FTDi Profile: Vinita Chumsri

Wondering what your B. Creative Intelligence and Innovation course will entail? Check out Vinita's take on her experience of her first year of BCII.

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One on One: The Managing Director of Generation Entrepreneur

As BCII students, we are always on the hunt for likeminded young adults. We can smell innovation and entrepreneurship on the air like a sweet perfume. We are attracted to creativity like moths to a bulb. So, when we heard about Generation Entrepreneur, we couldn’t resist the opportunity to find out more.

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The Competitive Advantage of Humans over Smart Machines

Economist, John Maynard Keynes predicted the plight of 'technological unemployment' way back in 1963 in his Essays in Persuasion. I speculate on what this means for the future of work.

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OTHER ARTICLES

Why being an innovator shouldn't be all that innovative

If we want to ensure the future success of Australia, transdisciplinary ideation methods should be normal. Challenging what is known should become an everyday occurrence.

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Meet the Hatchlings: Nick Berriman

Hi, I’m Nick Berriman. I’m studying a double degree in Electrical Engineering and Creative Intelligence and Innovation, so it basically means I’m always studying in the library.

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How to help entrepreneurs with mental health challenges

Depression, anxiety and other mental health challenges can feel like you’re carrying the world on your shoulders while being isolated. Your mind is your biggest investment, here's how to take care of it.

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Wearables spark innovation investment from Commbank

The changing expectations of consumers is propelling innovation, and big business to keep up must invest in new technology to stay relevant.

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