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Neil Aitken
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Telstra has the best network is not really a news story. The degree to which Optus and Vodaofne have both lifted their game in the last 12 months probably is. Vodafone raised the quality of their network 40% in a single year.

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This next wave of automation may be as consequential as the impact of automation was on routine work. In 1991, routine employment, meaning repetitive, rule-based tasks both manual and cognitive, such as working in a factory, made up 58% of the U.S. workforce, but by 2011 had declined to 44%.

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I find this endless list of predictions about increasingly intelligent systems taking jobs as under-reported as it is fascinating.

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TPG + Vodafone. That could be the most interesting thing to ever happen to either company in Australia.

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This is a really important point about cheap Android phones and SIM Only plans. It applies to the rest of the world and getting the next million people connected to the itnernet but it also applies to a lot of people in Australia.

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Well, it's a very small point but I did say this would happen several years ago. With data doubling each year, so long as discounting is less than 50% per year, profits go up.

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I love this for a lot of reasons. The dance of words is great. But underneath it, this article shows one way the world has really changed in terms of governments fighting. One that we don't see much of.

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It was interesting to see the banks start to invest in their own cryptocurrency. But, on the face of it, this seems anti-competitive.

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Love a bit of forethought and rational thinking about giving the emergency services the access to data they need. I also feel like this $2bn or so will end up in telstra's pockets.
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