Alastair MacGibbon has resigned from his role as the government’s most senior cyber security advisor.
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Senior APAC Amazon Web Services executives have said the company does consider the ethics of artificial intelligence and machine learning but doesn't publicise its efforts because "shouting loudest isn’t the best strategy".
Noel Leslie's voice cracked momentarily as he recounted the night last year when his team at SBS rescued the broadcast of the 2018 FIFA World Cup from Optus Sports' streaming service meltdown.
The company behind the surf rescue and shark spotting drones that currently patrol beaches across Australia has begun testing a new UAV that will fly remotely along Australia's coastline with "unprecedented range".
Members of the Five Eyes intelligence alliance have spoken in public together for the first time at a conference in Scotland.
Cairns Regional Council has bought an automated parking enforcement system which combines computer vision and GPS to enforce restrictions.
Melbourne has been selected as the host of a national AI lab, pledged by Labor if it wins the upcoming federal election.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia says it has begun rolling out accessibility upgrades to its Albert point-of-sale device, following a lengthy legal battle that settled in December.
Nearly 40 per cent of ‘Gen Y’ consumers use digital means to make everyday purchases, a survey commissioned by the bank has found.
Researchers at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have demonstrated how a small, square, printed patch can be used as “cloaking device” to hide people from AI object detectors.
Australia is "too remote" to host Kaspersky Lab's planned Asia Pacific transparency centre, the company's vice president of public affairs has revealed.
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) should create new ambassador positions to serve Silicon Valley and China’s tech giants, says Liberal candidate for Wentworth Dave Sharma in a report released today.
Sydney start-up Q-CTRL is releasing an open source library of error suppression controls for quantum computers.
Language barriers, Lunar New Year and NDA impasse: How ASUS and Kaspersky fell out over Live Update hack
Kaspersky Lab’s dealings with ASUS after revealing the Taiwanese computer brand’s live software update tool was being used to install a malicious backdoor on its customer’s computers were marred by a language barrier, the timing of Lunar New Year and wrangling over a non-disclosure agreement, it has been revealed.
As the drummers in LED-studded military uniforms exit the stage at the opening ceremony of Kaspersky Lab's Singapore summit, on walks Eugene Kaspersky in a blue linen shirt, jeans and trainers, an SLR camera slung round his neck.