Stories by George Nott

Government takes stock of IBM Watson's future role

​Trials now complete, the federal government agencies that were early adopters of IBM’s cognitive computing platform Watson are considering its future use.

Written by George Nott24 Jan. 17 17:12

Aussie biz goes big and beats world on AI deployments

​Australian businesses are ahead of their global counterparts in the deployment of artificial intelligence and are spending big on the technology, according to a report released today.

Written by George Nott18 Jan. 17 12:41

Australian ministers, judges and premiers identified in Yahoo breach dataset

​Australian government officials – including cabinet and shadow-cabinet ministers, state premiers and Department of Defence employees, as well as judges and high ranking AFP officers – are reportedly among the victims of the 2013 Yahoo hack, newly released datasets reveal.

Written by George Nott17 Jan. 17 09:18

Australian Air Force explores augmented reality

The Royal Australian Air Force is exploring the potential of augmented reality as the organisation undertakes the largest technological upgrade in its history.

Written by George Nott16 Jan. 17 16:38

Meet the Australian cricket team's secret selector

​There’s a new coach on the Australian cricket team's staff roster. This trainer is already proving hugely influential in deciding which players get picked and is one of high-performance chief Pat Howard’s most trusted advisers.​

Written by George Nott11 Jan. 17 15:24

Melbourne water utility seeks first CIO

City West Water (CWW), one of three Victorian Government owned retail water businesses serving metropolitan Melbourne, is seeking its first CIO.

Written by George Nott10 Jan. 17 12:03

Atlassian acquires Trello

​It’s an acquisition that will “change how the world works” according to Mike Cannon-Brookes, co-founder of Atlassian which today announced it is buying Trello for US$425 million.

Written by George Nott10 Jan. 17 11:01