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Creative Australia has today published two important new research reports on creativity and wellbeing. The first shows that Australians overwhelmingly recognise the role of the arts in supporting health and wellbeing and the second explores how we can best support creative practitioners to make these vital contributions.
The Federal Government has entered a new phase of consultation with stakeholders in regard to streaming regulation, narrowing the options down to a revenue or expenditure-based model in what Screen Producers Australia (SPA) says is a “significant step”.
There is a growing concern amongst the Fijian indigenous communities about the impact of climate-forced relocation on culture, heritage and traditions. The Permanent Secretary for the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs, Pita Tagicakirewa, says they have identified this as an issue following the relocation of six indigenous communities over the past 10 years.
This paper demonstrates the depth and diversity of existing applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in arts, culture and creativity, explores its current and foreseeable impacts, and highlights the need for enhanced understanding and governance. AI is already changing the way people connect with arts and culture around the world, and its risks need to be balanced with the opportunities that it presents. ANA welcomes efforts from governments to design, implement and support appropriate AI governance, and highlights the important role that people have in shaping the impacts of AI.
The Albanese Labor Government has today returned three objects of cultural significance to the Chinese Government in a special ceremony at the Chinese Embassy in Canberra.
Fiji has officially joined the ranks of countries committed to safeguarding intellectual property with its recent accession to the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property.