An AI expert has forecast the rise of ‘data labs’ in the healthcare sector, that will do for data what a blood lab does for blood samples.
Stories by George Nott
The head of NSW’s digital health agency says there is “no plan B” when it comes to widespread adoption of My Health Record.
The release of Standards Australia's Digital Hospitals Handbook – originally due later this month – has been pushed back to later this year.
As brands realise their customers not only don’t mind dealing with a virtual agent instead of a human – they actually prefer it – they are beginning to put them on the frontline of customer interactions.
A Western Bulldogs backed hackathon has resulted in a proof-of-concept model that could help teams find gaps in their opponents’ defenses.
In the past week alone, the ABC, South32, Avanade and Woolworths have each posted job listings for data scientists.
Accounting software company MYOB has reported revenue and after tax profit increases of 13 per cent, in its full year results statement this morning.
Melbourne IT CEO Martin Mercer announced the “turnaround complete” as the company released its full year financial results this morning.
A new technique of creating ultra-thin electronic circuits has been discovered by researchers at RMIT’s School of Engineering.
Village Roadshow will this month launch Federal Court action to block up to 40 piracy-linked websites sites, the company revealed today.
Australian insurance giant IAG is opening a InsurTech innovation hub in Singapore, tasked with creating new products and services for the local and Asian market.
Following a huge amount of hype in recent years, businesses are now starting to seriously consider the potential of blockchain-inspired technology to perform secure and trusted transactions.
While recording a half year statutory loss of $1.68 billion, Origin Energy said a “digital first” strategy was helping to boost its customer numbers in a competitive retail environment.
When the first true quantum computer is one day realised, it will be completely useless. For it to prove its worth as a potentially world-changing problem solver, it will need to run software.
Start-up accelerator muru-D is taking on a cohort of 'more mature' companies following a change to its funding model.