Nominations for the Women in AI Awards are now open, with the winners to be announced in Sydney in February 2021.
A national survey from Monash University has found that Australians are largely positive about the use of AI in society, but concerns remain about privacy.
Boosting Australia's local manufacturing and supply base will see our nation weather the storm of 2020 and put us in a good place for a return to growth.
The Department of Industry has announced the make-up of the first two of four planned specialised National Blockchain Roadmap working groups.
The WA Water Corporation has brought a further 22 specialist technology roles in-house, as part of the expansion of its OT maintenance and support team.
SA Health is using InterSystems' interoperability software to prepare the state's health system for a second wave of COVID-19.
Gartner expects total government IT spending to contract 7.6% this year to just $7.67 billion, before recovering somewhat next year due to recovery projects.
Standards Australia has released the Smart Cities Standards Roadmap, with 11 recommendations to help local governments roll out smart cities.
The Tasmanian Government has delivered on its election commitment to deploy body worn cameras for all the state's frontline police officers.
A global government collaboration that includes Australia will ensure future AI applications do not infringe human rights or fundamental freedoms.
The guide explores the demands and risks of working in a rapidly evolving technology and threat landscape.
Medicare data show the spread of telehealth services across general practice, allied health and psychiatry.