The CEO-in-waiting of analytics software firm SAS, Oliver Schabenberger, has set out the company’s strategy to help clients bring more automation to their data science and AI efforts, at an event in Sydney this morning.
Stories by George Nott
A Deloitte report released today has ‘busted the myth’ of robots taking jobs from humans, arguing that unemployment levels are low across the Western world despite accelerating technological change.
Not-for-profit fintech hub Stone & Chalk has launched a program for women working in the financial technology sector.
Nearly 70 per cent of organisations in Australia are content for IT decisions and spending to be driven by business units, away from the direct control of the CIO.
Melbourne has been selected by Uber as a pilot city for its flying taxi service Uber Air.
In 2017, researchers from QBE's Digital Innovation Lab filled a soon-to-be-demolished residence in Wisconsin with smart home tech, including Google Homes and Amazon Alexas. Once everything was connected and configured, they set the house on fire.
Australian National University (ANU) has detected a breach in which 19 years’ worth of personal staff, student and visitor data has been accessed.
Westpac bank has confirmed that it “had detected mis-use” of the New Payments Platform’s PayID feature, following a report that the details of thousands of customers were looked up by a ‘fraudster’.
EY has launched its biggest cyber security facility in the Asia Pacific region, in Melbourne.
Townsville’s 25,000 seat, $290 million, multi-purpose North Queensland (NQ) Stadium is progressing steadily towards completion.
AustCyber (the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network) is seeking expressions of interest from industry-led cyber security projects that want access to up to $3 million in funding.
After five years or more of major digital transformation efforts, “most organisations are done or almost at the end of their journey” explains Accenture’s Amit Bansal. So what now?
Nine out of ten employers in the IT and telecommunications sectors will increase worker salaries in their next review, a slight increase on the proportion that did last year.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is using drone detection equipment at major airports and events around the country to monitor drone use and enforce safety rules.
A purpose-built smart home for people with intellectual disabilities is due to open in Melbourne next month, featuring a suite of technologies aimed at improving the residents’ care.