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AI to become next Australian Prime Minister?

Over a quarter of Australians believe artificial intelligence (AI) would make better decisions than politicians, according to new research from OpenText.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien06 Sept. 18 14:05

IAG ramps up team with seasoned data analytics expert

IAG has named consumer data analytics expert, Bora Arslan, to the role of chief analytics officer, where he will lead a team of 70 people to drive analytics and artificial intelligence functions across the company.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien04 Sept. 18 11:49

Updated: In pictures: CIO Networking Dinner: ANZ CIO Forum on 'Make it Real'

​CIO Australia, in partnership with Dell Technologies, invited a select group of CIOs from Australia's leading organisations to gather for a night of fine food, networking, experience and sharing of insights and ideas.​ Special guests included Hanson Robotics’ most advanced humanoid robot - Sophia - as well as John Roese, Global CTO of Dell EMC and Dell’s Chief Customer Officer, Karen Quintos for a discussion on how innovators are using emerging technologies such as AI to make transformation real. The evening was hosted by media personality, author and maths genius extraordinaire Adam Spencer.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien30 Aug. 18 10:53

CIO50 deadline extended until Monday August 27

SA Health CIO, Bill Le Blanc, who clinched the top spot in last year’s CIO50, said the program has changed the way in which digital transformation is viewed both locally and internationally for the department.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien17 Aug. 18 11:53

1 week left to nominate for the CIO50 2018

With the August 16 deadline looming to nominate for the inaugural CIO50, it’s time to be heard and tell us your story of innovation and leadership.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien09 Aug. 18 16:14

In pictures: Welcome to the age of the Cloud Worker - how to meet the demands of a new worker

The way we work has changed. The rise of cloud adoption has brought with it a new kind of worker, the cloud worker. They are untethered, yet connected, unplugged, yet empowered. They demand flexibility and mobility - getting work done on any device, anytime from any place. Businesses need to prepare for this new way of working that’s promising economic efficiency and security for businesses, and greater collaboration and productivity for employees. Although bullish and aggressive on cloud, many businesses are unsure how to approach the concept of end-user computing in the cloud era. A group of tech experts gathered in Brisbane to discuss how to meet the demands of the Cloud Worker.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien09 Aug. 18 12:03

Two weeks left to nominate for the CIO50

Victorian Department of Health and Human Services CIO, Dr Steve Hodgkinson, said the secret to success - when delivering public sector IT projects - comes down to valuing people.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien26 July 18 11:29
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