Stories by George Nott

WA path lab system project management slammed by auditor

Two years late and $23.7 million over budget, the roll-out of a pathology lab information system by the Western Australia government has been slammed by the state’s auditor general.

Written by George Nott19 June 19 15:51

Would you hire a liar?

​Nobody likes a liar. Except if you are hiring for sales-orientated jobs, a pilot study by researchers at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business has indicated.

Written by George Nott17 June 19 15:51

SAS’s CEO-in-waiting lays out company's AI-driven future

The CEO-in-waiting of analytics software firm SAS, Oliver Schabenberger, has set out the company’s strategy to help clients bring more automation to their data science and AI efforts, at an event in Sydney this morning.

Written by George Nott14 June 19 14:09

Relax. Robots won’t take your job, Deloitte report reassures

​A Deloitte report released today has ‘busted the myth’ of robots taking jobs from humans, arguing that unemployment levels are low across the Western world despite accelerating technological change.

Written by George Nott12 June 19 17:05

Females in fintech program launched

Not-for-profit fintech hub Stone & Chalk has launched a program for women working in the financial technology sector.

Written by George Nott12 June 19 14:35

QBE gets pragmatic with innovation

​In 2017, researchers from QBE's Digital Innovation Lab filled a soon-to-be-demolished residence in Wisconsin with smart home tech, including Google Homes and Amazon Alexas. Once everything was connected and configured, they set the house on fire.

Written by George Nott11 June 19 12:53