The cyber resilience of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), Department of Human Services and Department of Immigration and Border Protection is set to be scrutinised as part of a joint committee inquiry.
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Public cloud services have removed the historic barriers that stymied the global ambitions of Australasian companies, Xero's CEO Rod Drury said yesterday.
At a demonstration of Amazon Web Services new artificial intelligence image recognition tool last week, the deep learning analysis calculated with near certainty that a photo of speaker Glenn Gore depicted a potted plant.
University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has opened a new Centre for Artificial Intelligence.
The Australian Securities Exchange’s head of technology governance says enterprise cyber security teams must have a voice in the boardroom.
The questionnaires that are sent out by companies to assess the cyber security posture of suppliers have been roundly criticised by industry figures.
Earlier this week, Ran Krauss was flying high. The Israeli CEO and co-founder of Airobotics, makers of a fully autonomous drone platform, had just scored a world first, gaining approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel to fly his company's unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in the country’s airspace without human intervention.
Australia’s Authorised Deposit-Taking Institutions (ADIs) have inadequate technology infrastructure to meet the demands for higher quality data reporting being proposed by their regulator, a recent survey suggests.
At the Grand Prix of Europe in Azerbaijan last year, the Williams Martini team officially recorded the fastest ever pit stop in Formula 1 history.
Standards Australia is to discuss the development of home automation standards later this year.
Twilio’s APIs are behind some of the essential features of Australia’s most popular apps. Increasingly, when a developer wants to add SMS functionality (like when an Uber driver messages that they are waiting outside) or the ability to voice call (like with Airtasker) into their software, they have used Twilio’s building blocks to do so.
Engineers from UNSW and UTS are in Abu Dhabi, preparing to compete for the US$5 million prize pool of the inaugural Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Competition.
It may sound like a Judge Dredd sidekick character, but ‘techno-legal’ is the term given to a new breed of in-demand lawyers, who are both comfortable with code and can keep their cool in court.
A prediction: You’re going to hear the term ‘prescriptive analytics’ a lot more often.
Austrade is taking a delegation of seven tech startups to SXSW Interactive, the innovation focused offshoot of the Austin, Texas music festival South by Southwest.