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  • Building an AI-driven network

    Artificial intelligence (AI) – it’s a nebulous term that means many things to different people. What is true is that one day in the near future, machines will be likely to possess ‘human-level’ intelligence, providing organisations with efficiencies that they have never seen before.

  • Hospitality industry sinks teeth into ‘dine-in tech’ to beef up CX

    The Bella Vista Hotel in Sydney’s Hills district is taking a deep dive into the realm of dine-in technology in a bid to serve up improved customer experience and dish up data insights for the growing hospitality business.

  • 5 tech chiefs talk ‘pain points’ and transformation

    The push towards more intelligent - even invisible - networks is an exciting future and one we’re all working towards, according to a group of tech leaders during a recent CIO panel discussion at the Juniper Nxtwork 2019 event in Sydney.

  • QLD deploying new facial image processing for driver licences

    Queensland’s Department of Transport and Main Roads (TMR) has signed a new deal with Unisys to provide facial image processing technology and services for the state’s smart card driver licences.

  • Human Rights Commission scoops AI for records management

    The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has become the first government agency to operate wholly in the cloud - and is now using the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to automatically classify records and documents.

  • In pictures: CIO roundtable - Building an AI-driven business

    Tech execs gathered at Sydney's Aria restaurant to discuss how artificial intelligence technologies are being used inside their wired and wireless networks. The luncheon was sponsored by Juniper and Mist.

  • NAB inks cybersecurity alliance with La Trobe University

    NAB and La Trobe University have struck a deal to deliver research, teaching and workforce development in the realm of cybersecurity.

  • Cricket Australia goes to bat with Microsoft Teams

    Cricket Australia has taken the digital transformation plunge on a national scale, using Microsoft cloud - Office 365 and Teams - across all 1,300 business units in a bid to improve collaboration and foster innovation across the organisation.

  • William Buck aims to 'elevate IT' to next level

    Financial services firm, William Buck, was on a mission to get the firm’s IT house in order - and put a stop to the ‘revolving door’ that was cycling between outsourcing and insourcing management of its IT environment.

  • Industry aligns to fight for STEM gender equity

    Ninety per cent of coding and engineering is done by men, according to Flamingo Ai founder and executive director, Dr Catriona Wallace.