Digital developments from Canberra 43

The robodebt royal commission provided the big story to finish the week, but there’s also new guidelines for generative AI in government, drone security concerns, and a bunch more.

Here’s what I’ve noticed since the previous edition on 30 June:

Please let me know if I’ve missed anything, or if there’s any specific items you’d like me to follow. Parliament is currently on its winter break, scheduled to return on Monday 31 July, so the next edition will appear when there’s enough to make it worthwhile.

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[Photo: Robodebt royal commissioner Catherine Holmes (right) hands her final report to Governor-General David Hurley.]