The World Bank’s International Bank for Reconstruction and Development has enabled secondary market trading of bonds created and managed using only blockchain, in partnership with Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
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The CEO and managing director of Suncorp Group is leaving the company after four years in the role, the firm announced this morning.
Paul Fletcher has been named Minister for Communications, Cyber Safety and the Arts in Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s new look ministry.
The CEO of chatbot and ‘conversational commerce’ company LivePerson says Facebook should be shut down until it can fix what he sees as multiple issues with the social media platform.
IBM is "resetting relationships" and changing the way it is "showing up" the company's Australia and New Zealand managing director David La Rose told an audience of customers in Sydney today.
Only one in three CIOs working in Australia and New Zealand report to their company’s CEO, a global survey by analyst firm Gartner has revealed.
‘Turning Dreams into Reality’ read the big screen behind Takahito Tokita, Fujitsu’s soon-to-be president, at the company’s annual forum in Tokyo.
National Australia Bank (NAB) has made Apple Pay available to personal and business customers with eligible NAB Visa debit or credit cards this morning.
Gymnasts competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics could see their efforts judged and scored by AI and 3D sensing systems, following successful trials of the technology at the International Gymnastics Federation World Cup Series earlier this year.
Fujitsu is developing a "real quantum computer" the head of the company's research lab has revealed.
Every year more than 3000 sinkholes swallow up huge chunks of road and pavement across Japan.
Australian blockchain start-ups are attending the Consensus blockchain conference this week, as part of an Austrade mission to New York.
Legal tech startup Josef, which helps Community Legal Centres (CLCs), law firms and enterprises create bots to assist clients with legal problems, has raised more than $1 million in a seed funding round.
A small study suggests people who use their mobiles while shopping are more likely to make unplanned purchases and forget items they had planned to buy.
Westpac is making its new chatbot available to all customers tonight, following a successful roll out to 2.8 million people in March.