Chinese tech giant Baidu is establishing a quantum computing institute and has appointed UTS Professor Runyao Duan as its inaugural director.
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The APAC arm of logistics giant UPS is working on a blockchain proof of concept with ASX-listed software provider Yojee.
The head of a major UK government initiative to upskill thousands of public servants is on her way to Australia to share her skills with the federal government.
As great strides are made towards the creation of physical quantum computers, a team of researchers at University of Technology Sydney have launched a quantum programming environment to help developers get to grips with their quirks and complexity.
Get caught breaking the law in the Northern Territory and chances are your details will end up within the government’s Integrated Justice Information System.
What gets scientists so excited about the potential of quantum computers is the ability of multiple quantum bits to exhibit what is called ‘quantum entanglement’.
The Software Alliance (BSA) settled 28 cases involving the use of unlicensed software in Australia last year, double the number settled in 2016.
Swinburne University of Technology has officially launched its $4 million supercomputer ‘OzSTAR’ and given it a paint job in ode to Albert Einstein.
The Victorian Government has launched an all-party parliamentary group to consider the policy challenges and opportunities presented by artificial intelligence.
In the UK, there is a hydro power plant designed specifically to inject a spurt of electricity into the National Grid when Brits get up from their sofas en masse to make a cup of tea as the credits roll on popular television programmes.
The chief information officer of ASX-listed network infrastructure firm Service Stream has departed the company.
Everyone remembers where they were when they first learned two planes had struck the World Trade Centre on September 11, 2001, but what did you have for dinner on the second Tuesday of last month?
Webjet has rolled out ‘blockchain as a service’ to four external partners, to help them reduce the financial losses and pain caused by disputed bookings.
The Australian Taxation Office holds the voiceprint of one in seven Australians, according to figures released to Computerworld.
A cheap quadcopter, computer vision techniques and thousands of plastic ducks prove drones’ value in ecology
Drones have proved hugely beneficial to ecologists in improving our understanding of animals in the wild.