The CSIRO has added artificial intelligence and space technology to its Future Science Platforms (FSP) program, the research organisation announced today.
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The Department of Health is seeking software to help it manage privileged user accounts as it strives to comply with one of the mandatory security requirements for Commonwealth entities.
NBN Co’s chief executive Stephen Rue has rejected calls by telcos to cut the company’s wholesale prices.
NAB has become the first of Australia’s big four banks to support the Alibaba Group-backed Alipay mobile payment platform.
University of Melbourne researchers Dr Vanessa Teague and Dr Chris Culnane have warned that a lack of clarity around a key protection in a government’s surveillance bill poses a serious threat to the security of online communications
Changes to how NBN Co operates its satellite service will open up new possibilities for the company to manage traffic as demand continues to grow for connectivity in regional Australia.
A subsidiary of SB&G Group has made an all-cash $21.4 million offer for Inabox, ahead of a 19 November Inabox shareholder meeting due to vote on a takeover bid by MyNetFone.
Telco industry group Communications Alliance says it is concerned over a government proposal for the Australian Communications and Media Authority to oversee the complaints body Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman.
The Australian Greens have called for the establishment of a “digital rights commissioner” as part of a suite of new policies unveiled yesterday by the party.
Microsoft has announced a preview of container support for a range of its Azure-based AI services.
According to Murray Brozinsky, the future of patient-centred healthcare is not substituting artificial intelligence for people but “augmented intelligence”: Using AI technologies to enhance the work of healthcare professionals.
The New South Wales parliament has passed new laws banning drones from being flown above the state’s prisons.
Telecommunications industry group Communications Alliance has revealed details of dozens of state and federal departments and agencies that it claims are accessing so-called communications ‘metadata’.
Connection to the INDIGO subsea cable system will be offered from NextDC’s P1 and P2 data centres in Perth as well as its Sydney S1 and S2 facilities.
Figures released today by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission reveal that the average NBN bandwidth per household increased in the three months to 30 September — from 1.66 megabits per second at the end of June, to 1.71Mbps.