Google sees the future of its team messaging tool, Hangouts Chat, as closely entwined with email.
Gymnasts competing in the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics could see their efforts judged and scored by AI and 3D sensing systems, following successful trials of the technology at the International Gymnastics Federation World Cup Series earlier this year.
NEC Australia has been selected by Melbourne firm Genix Ventures to trial its facial recognition software and identify people brought into examinations as a substitute for the actual student.
HPE is set to acquire supercomputer manufacturer Cray in a deal valued at about US$1.3 billion.
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Singapore has experienced yet another breach, only this time it is the Singapore Red Cross, which saw the personal data of 4,297 people compromised.
Fujitsu is developing a "real quantum computer" the head of the company's research lab has revealed.
The bank reorganised its teams to cut bureaucracy and innovate faster than ever before. But it learnt a few things along the way, says CIO Andy Weir.
Every year more than 3000 sinkholes swallow up huge chunks of road and pavement across Japan.
Scottish Pacific Business Finance is on the lookout for a NSW-based CTO to oversee and develop the company’s technology platform and strategy.
San Francisco officials voted 8 to 1 to ban the purchase and use of facial recognition technology by city personnel, in a move to regulate tools that local Silicon Valley companies helped develop.
IBM brings mainframe to cloud consumption model; adds Docker container extensions
ExtremeAI security app features machine learning technology that can understand typical behaviour of IoT devices.
While AI is a buzzword in financial services, companies must be sure of a business use case even before putting together an AI dev team.
Education Services Australia is investigating the cause of “connectivity issues” that the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) said yesterday disrupted access to NAPLAN Online at some schools.
Seven Australian ‘smart city’ projects from across the nation - including ones from Launceston to Newcastle to Cairns - have been shortlisted as finalists in the annual 2019 IDC Asia Pacific Smart Cities Awards.
Improving traffic safety is first on the list, but Vegas’ director of IT is thinking bigger.
US president Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order this week barring US companies from using telecommunications equipment made by firms posing a national security risk.
Optus reduced its head count by 14.3 per cent in the 12 months to 31 March, reducing its workforce from around 8500 to just under 7300. The telco today revealed that as a result staff costs were down 15.2 per cent compared to the prior year.
While 30 per cent of organisations in Australia and New Zealand are starting to scale and get value from digital investments, the remaining 70 per cent are “falling behind in rethinking business models,” according to Gartner’s 2019 CIO Agenda.
Tech execs gathered at Lenovo-sponsored roundtable events in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne recently to discuss their ERP landscapes and how they are striking a balance between the time it takes to maintain these systems and the need to innovate with technology across the business.
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