PETER GRIFFIN: Tracing tech still running to catch up

PETER GRIFFIN: Tracing tech still running to catch up
Peter Griffin
We should have gone back into our state of covid-19 lockdown with an effective digital contact tracing technology in place.Everyone agrees on that. With an automated contact tracing system in place and enough buy-in from the public to get it onto say, a third of all smartphones in the country, health officials would now be looking at a screen full of those individuals who came into contact with the covid-19 infected.It could immediately alert them, improving the chances of limiting the spread of the virus, making the prospect of returning to va...

More Opinion

Politics and pensions in the antipodes
Opinion

David Chaplin: Politics and pensions in the antipodes

Influence and interference, however, are not worlds apart.

Will the real CEOs please stand up
Opinion

Paul McBeth: Will the real CEOs please stand up

Succession planning shouldn’t follow the template for an HBO series.

Paul McBeth 27 Feb 2024
Tale of two taxes hits cinema
Infrastructure

Dileepa Fonseka: Tale of two taxes hits cinema

Councillors would rather give millions to a Nasdaq-listed company than levy land rates.

Dileepa Fonseka 26 Feb 2024
Why AI is having its Big Bang moment
Opinion

Simon Robertson: Why AI is having its Big Bang moment

The current slow adoption of technology is set to be replaced by exponential growth.

Simon Robertson 24 Feb 2024