Digital developments from Canberra 37

We now know that some the people responsible for robodebt might face a corruption inquiry, and that ChatGPT is being used for stupid things. Also, SAP is expensive but hey we also knew that.

Here’s what I noticed since the previous edition on 19 May:

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. The House of Representatives is back on Tuesday, while the Senate is busy with the Estimates committees for another week.

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[Photo: Robodebt royal commissioner Catherine Holmes.]