The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has today granted ‘challenger bank’ Volt a licence to operate as an authorised deposit-taking institution (ADI).
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A former CSIRO manager today faced a Canberra court for allegedly fraudulently using government funds to make more than $400,000 worth of personal purchases.
A six month trial which pairs a self-driving shuttle bus and two ‘autonomous smart transit hubs’ has launched at Holdfast Bay in Adelaide.
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Departing chief information officer of the Northern Territory’s Department of Primary Industry and Resources (DPIR), Rowan Dollar, has been appointed CIO of South Australia’s Department of Human Services (DHS).
A French 3D printer maker is fighting back against the rise of 3D printed guns by flooding the internet with non-functioning firearm designs.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has agreed to make software upgrades to its Albert EFTPOS devices, following a lengthy legal challenge and campaign from vision-impaired Australians.
A government-funded body's survey of Australian cyber security companies, which was conducted before the controversial encryption bill was passed but not released until late last month, reveals most firms fear the legislation will have a profoundly negative impact on their businesses.
Ford Motor Company is seeking a quantum algorithms researcher as it ramps up its internal quantum computing research effort.
Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is hosting a five-day ‘GPU hackathon’ to help computer scientists port applications to general-purpose graphics processing units (GPGPUs).
Commonwealth Bank of Australia is making Alipay available as a payments option on its Albert point-of-sale devices.
Amazon Web Services has, for the first time, hinted at its interest in offering quantum computing to customers.
Digital skills, digital services, infrastructure, access to quality data and an ‘enabling environment’ are the federal government’s key areas of focus.
CSIRO’s Data61 has appointed Dr Sue Keay to lead its Cyber Physical Systems program, which is focused on the “connection of digital devices to the physical environment”.
Five organisations have signed up to the government’s pilot Global Talent Scheme (GTS) program, launched in July in a bid to make it easier for big business and tech start-ups to hire overseas talent for highly skilled roles.