Industry body for the burgeoning regulation technology sector – the RegTech Association (RTA) – has appointed a new CEO and two board members.
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Mobile micro-investing platform Raiz Invest has launched a chatbot in response to the financial services Royal Commission.
IBM has launched a software service that it claims can explain how AI makes decisions “as the decisions are being made”.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) today revealed it had stepped in to stop five initial coin offerings (ICOs) from raising capital since April.
Trials of CRISPR/Cas9 are getting underway around the world. Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats/CRISPR associated protein 9, to give it its full name, holds huge promise for tackling cancer, hereditary blindness, AIDS, cystic fibrosis, Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy, hepatitis B, Huntington’s disease and even high cholesterol.
'Digital innovation' – encompassing innovation-led productivity improvements of existing businesses and the rise of new digital industries – can deliver $315 billion in gross economic value to Australia over the next decade.
A proposal to build a “behind the grid” data centre – which it is claimed will be the first in Australia to be “powered primarily from renewable energy sources” – has received the backing of the Western Australian government.
Microsoft has launched a 3D audio wayfinding app for people who are blind or have low-vision in Australia.
CSIRO’s head of transformational bioinformatics Denis Bauer took to the stage at an Amazon Web Services event on Wednesday to proclaim: “Once you go serverless you never go back”.
Australian organisations are forecast to spend $5.6 billion on public cloud services in 2019, according to Gartner.
Quantum circuit maker Rigetti has launched Quantum Cloud Services (QCS), which it claims to be the only “quantum-first cloud computing platform”.
Australia has been ranked as the tenth most ‘digitally ready’ nation, in a new index by Cisco and Gartner. But the research exposes a significant ‘digital divide’ between the states and territories, with Tasmania and the Northern Territory being left behind.
Earth observation satellites generate a lot of data, and the volume is growing at an exponential rate.
The Australia and New Zealand arm of logistics giant DB Schenker is seeking a new chief information officer.
“A key pillar of our strategy is the engagement of our people, enabling a high-performance culture and developing the capability of our teams. Our new workplace at 420 George Street supports this strategy..." says Investa CEO.