The head of Google Australia is concerned about the drop-off in local computer science graduates as the digital technology revolution gathers pace, The Australian reports. “We’re going backwards,” Maile Carnegie told The Australian. “The number of students with a computer science background in Australia has actually declined by 30 per cent since 2001. “The long-term challenge for Australia is how do we, as a minimum, keep pace with the global revolution that is happening?
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