Tech

NEC and Aruba deliver digital services platform at Australia's largest prison

20 April, 2021

NEC Australia and Aruba have teamed up to install and deliver a services platform for Australia's largest prison, Clarence Correctional Centre.


AIIA urges federal govt to allocate millions to AI

20 April, 2021

The AIIA has called on the government to allocate $250 million to artificial intelligence, to ensure Australia becomes a global leader in AI research.


Immersive VR could help with rehab therapies

14 April, 2021

Immersive virtual reality (VR) technology could help treat communication disorders, according to a study by The University of Queensland.


UK tech scale-ups set sights on Australia

08 April, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

An initial 11 UK tech scale-ups will take part in a UK Government-sponsored program designed to help companies expand into Australia.


Case Study — Cedars Christian College

01 April, 2021 | Supplied by: Acer Computer Australia Pty Ltd

Learn more about the technology program at Cedars Christian College in NSW, Australia using Acer notebooks powered by Intel processors.


Top 10 post-pandemic recovery priorities for government CIOs

31 March, 2021

Critical security, cost containment and citizen experience are some of the top trends that will influence the post-pandemic recovery priorities for government.


Service NSW app used by four million citizens

09 March, 2021

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has called the Service NSW app a "game changer" for businesses, with it being used for 117 million COVID-safe check-ins.


Remote work the new normal for customer service workforce?

25 February, 2021

70% of customer service and support employees would prefer to continue working from home after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Gartner, Inc.


Defence publishes AI ethics technical paper

25 February, 2021 by Dylan Bushell-Embling

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.


SA Water to harness innovation at Lot Fourteen

25 February, 2021

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 receives digital health monitoring grant from UWA

10 February, 2021

Emyria will use its remote digital health monitoring service, Openly, to provide digital and mental health monitoring as part of a grant from UWA.


Department of Defence to host maritime robotics competition

10 February, 2021

The Department of Defence will host RobotX, an international autonomous maritime robotic vehicles competition, in Sydney in 2022.


Recipients of $1m WA e-Waste Grants Program announced

08 February, 2021

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.


Soprano Design communications platform

05 February, 2021 | Supplied by: Soprano Design Limited

Soprano Design's whole-of-government communication solution is tuned to the needs of large government messaging and can span multiple departments and agencies.


Unisys researches use of AI, ML to detect deceitful writing

28 January, 2021

Unisys has received funding from the Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative to research using AI and ML to detect deceitful and persuasive writing.


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