Talk at ITaLI, University of Queensland, 7th November 2019
The following references are cited in the slides/talk. Slides themselves are here: Goodyear UQ 2019-Nov-07 condensed.
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The Sydney Business School ACAD video (3 mins) is here: https://player.vimeo.com/video/302378219