The federal government has announced it is making its Global Talent Scheme permanent, following a pilot period which started in July last year.
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A “clear position” on the ethical use of artificial intelligence in warfare will be written into the Australian military’s guiding doctrine document by the end of next year, Computerworld has learnt.
IAG will ramp up investment in artificial intelligence and innovation in the 2020 financial year as it races to meet changing customer needs, the multinational insurance company stated today in its annual report.
A squad of five Australian robots is heading to the US next week to compete in an underground mapping and rescue challenge set by DARPA. Computerworld meets them.
Depth cameras and computer vision have this week been rolled out at Wynyard Station in Sydney, in an effort to reduce platform crowding and cut the time it takes for trains to load and unload passengers.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) says it will invest more than $5 billion mostly on technology over the next five years, to maintain its leadership position in digital banking.
ASD certified cloud service provider Vault Cloud has integrated Ziroh Labs’ homomorphic encryption technology and QuintessenceLabs’ true quantum random number generator into its offering in an effort funded by AustCyber – the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network.
The chief executive officer of CSIRO’s Data61, Adrian Turner, is stepping down from the role after four years.
Philosophers, legal experts, scientists and military personnel gathered in Canberra this week to discuss the ethical issues surrounding the use of artificial intelligence on the battlefield and beyond.
The Department of Defence is seeking a new chief technology officer, following the departure of Aiyaswami Mohan in May.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has moved back the go-live data of its new data collection system from March 2020 to later next year.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s new app has a feature that will track your location so the bank can better figure out if a transaction is dodgy.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia has officially launched its fourth generation banking app, which it says offers customers greater personalisation and a simplified experience.
Laptops holding 30 years’ worth of applicant data were stolen from the University of Western Australia late last month, the university’s vice-chancellor revealed at the weekend.
Australia’s fastest supercomputer is about to get 10-times more powerful, thanks to a multi-million dollar upgrade to be delivered by Fujitsu Australia.