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Sharri Markson - The Australian - Sunday 30 August 2020 It was with great fanfare in May 2019 that Curtin University announced Brad Yu, a young and talented professor, had been appointed Optus Chair of Artificial Intelligence, to lead the Optus-Curtin Centre of Excellence in Artificial...

Tom Mcilroy - The Australian Financial Review - Friday 28 August 2020 Scott Morrison's move to torpedo agreements signed between foreign powers and state governments could see the end of two Confucius Institute deals with Australian universities. Confucius deals involving the University of Queensland and the University of Adelaide...

Tom Minear, Tamsin Rose, & Alex White - The Herald Sun - Friday 28 August 2020 'If you axe Belt and Road, get us new markets' Daniel Andrews has questioned Scott Morrison's priorities and demanded the Prime Minister come up with new trade markets for Victoria...

Tom Minear, Tamsin Rose, & Alex White - Herald Sun - Friday 28 August 2020 Premier wants new trade markets if plan fails DANIEL Andrews has questioned Scott Morrison's priorities and demanded the Prime Minister come up with new trade markets for Victoria if his Belt...

Phillip Coorey - The Australian Financial Review - Friday 28 August 2020 Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has slammed the Morrison government's plans to terminate agreements with foreign powers, which specifically target China, saying the move will further hamper his state's economic recovery. Sources confirmed on Thursday that...

Dennis Shannahan and Joe Kelly - The Australian - Thursday 27 August 2020 Scott Morrison has directly urged Daniel Andrews to dramatically pull back from his year-long emergency power bid and only seek monthly or quarterly extensions, in an attempt to quell public anger and restore...