Category: LFC

  • Letter from Canberra – May 2024

    Letter from Canberra – May 2024

    Welcome to the ‘Budgets’ May 2024 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   In this edition: As always I welcome feedback. Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.

  • Letter from Canberra – April 2024

    Letter from Canberra – April 2024

    Welcome to the ‘Masters’ April 2024 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Topics and reads in this edition: I have changed the flow from news aggregation to more value adding on topics of interest, what I would do and what I think you should know in your own day-to-day business activities. As always I welcome…

  • Letter from Canberra – March 2024

    Letter from Canberra – March 2024

    Welcome to the March 2024 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Topics and reads in this edition: In short, Canberra News and Political Comments – things you may have missed and would like to know. Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and…

  • Letter from Canberra – February 2024

    Letter from Canberra – February 2024

    Welcome to the February 2024 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Current topics of this edition: In short, Canberra News and Comments – things you may have missed  Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.

  • Letter from Canberra – January 2024

    Letter from Canberra – January 2024

    Welcome to the January 2024 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Current topics of this edition: In short, Canberra News and Comments – things you may have missed  Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.

  • Letter from Canberra – December 2023

    Letter from Canberra – December 2023

    Welcome to the December 2023 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Current topics of this edition: In short, Canberra News and Comments – things you may have missed  Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.

  • Letter from Canberra – November 2023

    Letter from Canberra – November 2023

    Welcome to the November 2023 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Current topics of this edition: In short, Canberra News and Comments – things you may have missed  Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.

  • ChatGPT – Our Thoughts

    ChatGPT – Our Thoughts

    When people talk about utilising ChatGPT or plain GPT – they are using Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools.  Over the past 12 months they have become part of the lexicon.   So what are they?   Courtesy of ChatGPT:  “Generative AI is a type of artificial intelligence technology that broadly describes machine learning systems capable of…

  • Are you aware of ACSC? cyber.gov.au

    Are you aware of ACSC? cyber.gov.au

    As a semi-technically literate person; or so I thought, it was great to attend a session organised by Maxsum Consulting. The topic was Cyber Security in the age of Artificial Intelligence.  A special guest was Dr Derek Bopping, First Assistant Director General, Head of Melbourne Office, Australian Signals Directorate. Takeaway Thoughts – With Thanks I was…

  • Letter from Canberra – October 2023

    Letter from Canberra – October 2023

    Welcome to the October 2023 Edition of Letter from Canberra.   Current topics of this edition: In short, Canberra News and Comments – things you may have missed  Don’t forget to update your subscription and please consider advertising with Affairs of State in our publications; Letter from Canberra and Letter from Melbourne.