Australia's largest privately owned fleet management company is seeking its inaugural chief information officer.
Stories by George Nott
Rio Tinto’s AutoHaul project has been granted accreditation by Australia's national rail regulator to run its autonomous trains without a driver in the cab.
Hank Opdam has seen things behind the scenes at The Star Entertainment Group’s casinos that would make any CISO wince. And he has the photos to prove it.
ANZ bank's insurance arm OnePath Life Insurance today revealed some early wins for its project with researchers at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) which uses machine learning models and advanced analytics to improve the insurance underwriting process.
LaunchVic, the Victorian Government’s startup development agency, has announced its eighth round of funding grants will be focused on healthtech.
Australia Post is piloting a series of bots to help office staff scrutinise delivery data, and delivery centre workers get sorting machines up and running more quickly.
What is the smallest computational task a quantum computer might be able to complete, that the most powerful supercomputers available today would find prohibitively hard?
When a couple of small teams at software powerhouse Adobe first started using Slack, Cal Henderson and his team were pleased, but hardly surprised.
Consumers will be granted new rights over their banking data from July next year, with the government this week announcing it would implement the recommendations of the Review into Open Banking.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) has revealed the results of a regtech pilot that uses natural language processing and artificial intelligence to convert regulatory texts into compliance obligations.
Fewer than 1 per cent of CIOs globally have invested in or deployed any kind of blockchain-based solution within their organisations, a survey from Gartner indicates.
Technology is the “foundation and accelerator” of NAB’s multi-year effort to simplify the bank, CEO Andrew Thorburn said yesterday.
Amazon launched its Echo Spot device in Australia last week, and local companies are already offering Alexa skills that make use of its video interface.
Pawsey Supercomputing Centre will receive $70 million in government funding to replace its ageing supercomputers which are fast approaching end-of-life.
Australian miner South32’s next chief technology officer has confirmed she will commence the role in August.