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Artist tests limits of 'human authorship' of AI art as battle continues over who holds copyright
After having copyright of an 18-page graphic novel rejected because an AI produced the images, artist Kris Kashtanova is testing the limits of what the US Copyright Office considers to be "human authorship".
Stolen Generations survivor Harry Mills, twice taken from his family, searches for his sons
Harry Mills was taken from his family twice: first when he was seven, then as a young man from his own kids. He hasn't seen two of his children since the 1970s and as his health deteriorates, he's desperate to reunite with them.
The Australian dream is costing migrants tens of thousands of dollars and career opportunities
To keep their heads above water, some migrants find themselves working in fields not relevant to their studies while being burdened by enormous debts and arduous visa requirements.
Why EV conversions could become more mainstream for classic cars through to 4WD utes
From classic cars to 4WD utes, Noah Wasmer wants EV conversions to become mainstream.
Tennis legend Pat Rafter shares childhood memories of growing up in Queensland mining city Mount Isa
Australian tennis legend Pat Rafter opens up about his barefooted childhood as one of 10 kids – and an emotional homecoming to visit his brother's grave.
Farm-to-fashion at the heart of two country designers' woollen fashion houses
An experienced bridal designer, who is also married to a wool grower, has released her first collection of woollen wedding dresses. But she's not the only one championing the fabric in new ways.
Alison Jones is on a mission to end Walcha's childcare desert and make rural GP clinics 'viable'
When Alison Jones took a gamble on a reality TV show more than a decade ago, she never imagined it would end up transforming her life and the small rural town she'd eventually call home.
Climate retrofitting project a refuge in low-income households during heatwaves and extreme cold
A community project is retrofitting technology in low-income households to protect vulnerable people against extreme heat, cold and rising energy costs.
Activist Vahid Beheshti on hunger strike to uphold freedom, aid regime change in Iran
Activist Vahid Beheshti is entering his 40th day of a hunger strike with a simple message: designate Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp – the military arm of Iran's government — as a terrorist organisation.
This woman could have stopped Vladimir Putin invading Ukraine. Now she's in exile and a jail sentence awaits her in Belarus
From exile, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya campaigns against Alexander Lukashenko, and says the Belarusian dictator has an achilles heel that could bring victory to Ukraine against Russia.