AI judges readied for Tokyo 2020 gymnastics competitions

​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.

Written by George Nott20 May 19 13:39

NEC's facial recognition used to prevent examination fraud

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.

Written by Samira Sarraf20 May 19 10:40

Who’s slowing down fast 5G?

Forget America’s opposition to Huawei. The real threat to 5G nirvana lies elsewhere. (Hint: Conspiracy theories are involved.)

Written by Mike Elgan18 May 19 20:00

Lessons learned from a transformation: Bankwest

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.

Written by Byron Connolly16 May 19 18:07

CTO wanted for Scottish Pacific Business Finance

Scottish Pacific Business Finance is on the lookout for a NSW-based CTO to oversee and develop the company’s technology platform and strategy.

Written by Jennifer O'Brien16 May 19 09:24

Optus cuts headcount by 14 per cent in a year

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.

Written by Rohan Pearce15 May 19 10:26
  • Grappling with ERP: Are rising costs stifling innovation?

    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.


    Lenovo is innovating to lead in the PC+ Era. Already the world's leading PC company, Lenovo is also a leader in smartphones and tablets as it works to become one of the most respected technology companies in the world.

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