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🎧It's that time of year again – Spotify Wrapped has taken over! 🎉 Since 2016, these kitschy graphics have become a cultural phenomenon, and last year, over 156 million people checked out their musical journey. On today's special episode of The Briefing, we're chatting with Professor Dan Golding from Swinburne University to unravel the impact of Spotify on the music industry. #spotify #music #podcast
🎉 Happy 1st birthday to ChatGPT! 🤖 Over the past year, this AI chatbot has been the creative companion for 3 billion users worldwide! 🌍 From idea generation to content creation, email responses to coding, and even crafting the perfect resume, ChatGPT has been there for it all. Have you joined the AI conversation? Share your thoughts below! 👇 #chatgpt #ai #technology #podcast
Did Coles and Woolworths use inflation as an excuse to turbo-charge price hikes? Our two supermarket giants have recorded rising profits, each netting more than $1 billion in 2023. In this extra episode of The Briefing, our investigations editor Clair Weaver joins us to explain what’s going on with Coles and Woolies' rising prices – and what we can do about it. #coles #woolies #inflation #podcast
The stereotypes of OCD are hand washing and checking doorlocks, but for many people it’s the underlying thoughts that derail their life and steal their happiness. In this episode Penny Moodie, author of The Joy Thief, shares her darkest thoughts with Tom Tilley and explains how exposure therapy actually worked. #mentalhealth #ocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #thejoythief #health #thebriefing
The Albanese Government will introduce legislation to the federal parliament tomorrow officially banning Nazi salutes. It follows a decision in June this year to criminalise the public display of, and trade in, Nazi hate symbols. In this extra episode of The Briefing, we're joined by the Federal Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus, as he explains amendments to legislation to be put to the parliament tomorrow will make the Nazi salute a criminal offence under Commonwealth law.
The government is making a formal apology to the victims of thalidomide today. Thalidomide was a drug given to pregnant women in the 50s and 60s to treat morning sickness, it was then discovered to cause birth defects in unborn children. In this episode of The Briefing Katrina Blowers speaks to thalidomide survivor, Trish Jackson about what the apology means to her and her family. #thalidomide #medication #pregnancy #australiangovernment #health #trishjackson #thebriefing