Australian musician Ben Lee has shared a new song about a meeting with Blondie guitarist Chris Stein on blockchain-backed social network Steemit.
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Google has launched a suite of easy-to-use tools that allow developers with limited machine learning expertise to train custom models.
Microsoft Australia is seeking a new National/Chief Technology Officer.
Microsoft is adding an end-to-end encryption option, powered by Signal, to Skype.
The new chip, Krzanich said, is “a major breakthrough for quantum computing” and comes just two months after Intel announced it had fabricated a 17-qubit test-chip.
When robots are made to look more human-like, we become more empathetic towards them. Make them too realistic, however, and those positive feelings quickly turn to revulsion and spark similar reactions to those we would have to seeing a corpse.
IBM today revealed the names of the 12 clients to be given early access to its 20 qubit quantum computer.
As autonomous and intelligent systems become more pervasive, it is essential the designers and developers behind them stop to consider the ethical considerations of what they are unleashing.
The number of academic papers containing the phrase ‘artificial intelligence’ has increased nine-fold since 1996, while the number of active (US-based) start-ups developing AI systems has increased by 14 times since the turn of the millennium, according to Stanford University’s inaugural AI Index.
Since its launch in 2010, Amaysim has shaken-up the Australian mobile market, pioneering a bring-your-own handset model and undercutting its more established rivals with cheap and low-commitment monthly plans.
Researchers at the University of Washington have 3D printed a series of plastic connected devices that communicate with WiFi receivers without electronics.
The ASX intends to replace its decades-old Clearing House Electronic Subregister System (CHESS) with blockchain-inspired distributed ledger technology (DLT) developed by US fintech software firm Digital Asset.
AWS’ ANZ managing director Paul Migliorini says there is an appetite among Australian organisations to try their hand at machine learning.
Amazon Web Services is giving all users direct access to its underlying hardware with the launch of EC2 bare metal instances, the company announced yesterday.
Amazon Web Services has launched a browser-based development platform which allows users without specialised programming or 3D graphics expertise to create and run virtual and augmented reality applications.
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