The Defence Science and Technology Group has outlined a methodology for AI project managers and teams to manage ethical risks of the use of AI in Defence.
70% of customer service and support employees would prefer to continue working from home after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Gartner, Inc.
SA Water, in partnership with the Stone & Chalk start-up hub at Lot Fourteen, will use innovative technologies to deliver water services across the state.
Emyria will use its remote digital health monitoring service, Openly, to provide digital and mental health monitoring as part of a grant from UWA.
The Department of Defence will host RobotX, an international autonomous maritime robotic vehicles competition, in Sydney in 2022.
The recipients of the WasteSorted e-Waste Grants Program include CSIRO and Curtin University; the funding will be used to divert e-waste from landfill in WA.
Unisys has received funding from the Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative to research using AI and ML to detect deceitful and persuasive writing.
An independent report urges the UK government to "double down" on its investment in AI and ensure the public sector is at the forefront of AI innovations.
In our annual Leaders in Technology series, we ask the experts what the year ahead holds. Today we talk audio visual with Harman Professional Solutions' Ramesh Jayaraman.
A Coronavirus Mystery Case Tracker has been developed in Victoria, to help epidemiologists save time in contact tracing investigations.