Researchers from RMIT, ANU, QUT and Colorado State University have demonstrated an ultra-thin electronic chip which they say can mimic the way neurons work to store and delete information in the brain.
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The Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) and the Australian Centre for Electromagnetic Bioeffects Research (ACEBR) are redoubling efforts to bust myths about the negative health effects of 5G in the face of a small but growing ‘Stop 5G’ movement.
Melbourne Business School (MBS) programs are regularly ranked among the best in the world, with alumni including the CEOs and chairpersons of Qantas, Telstra, Australia Post and the AFL.
A Telstra backed platform which claims to hold “the largest data-set of people’s behaviour in the real-world” has raised $143M in a Series D funding round.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s online banking and CommBank app will be unavailable, or suffer limited functionality, from midnight tonight until 9am tomorrow due to a planned systems upgrade.
A song can convey so much; a story, a mood, an emotion and up to 400 bits per second, thanks to new technique developed by researchers at ETH Zurich.
The Office of the eSafety Commissioner – the federal government agency tasked with promoting online safety – has published a set of principles to help online and digital service providers embed user safety into their products.
Business process management software provider Signavio has secured a $254 million investment to fund its global expansion and double the company’s headcount in Australia.
Quantum computing hardware and cloud company Rigetti has acquired QxBranch, an Adeleide-born quantum software startup.
On a chill Sunday evening late last month, 70 concerned citizens packed into Addison Road Community Centre in Sydney for a 5G information evening.
New South Wale transport minister Andrew Constance has revealed plans to roll out facial recognition technology across the transport network as an alternative to Opal cards.
Digital risk protection managed service provider Digital Shadows has today announced it has secured $10M in a funding round led by National Australia Bank (NAB).
They pause, bring their head up, and swing a leg back to shoot. They extend a foot, miss the ball completely and fall with a thud on the turf.
The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) – the system operator of the My Health Record – is providing nine clinical software vendors with $40,000 each to integrate their systems with the record and build new features.
Three of Australia’s biggest banks ANZ, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and Westpac have formed a company with Westfield shopping centre operator Scentre and IBM, to build a blockchain-based platform for bank guarantees.