Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes

Joseph Brookes is a writer and content producer for Which-50.com and the Which-50 Digital Intelligence Unit. He has covered the impact of digital transformation on Australian businesses with a particular focus on the media, financial services and governments sectors. Joseph is also responsible for Which-50's multimedia products including the production of video, podcasts and animated graphics.

Facebook has updated its policy on political ads, adding transparency features and the ability to see fewer political ads, but still refuses to fact check them or remove ones with false claims. The social media giant will also continue to allow unlimited targeting of specific groups as its policies become

Facebook has banned “deep fake” videos, the AI and machine learning manipulated videos which distort reality, often to show real people saying or doing things they have not actually said or done. Download Which-50’s Simple Fast Easy magazine – Six great digital experience case studies In a company blog post the

Over the last decade the proliferation of consumer technology has had an ancillary effect on enterprise IT and its respective executives, according to Pure Storage CIO Cathy Southwick.  While consumer tech has highlighted the value of technology throughout an organisation it has brought with it new expectations, creating new pressure

Robots are a key component in a digital transformation – rather than an end goal – and most industries should be considering them, according to one of Amazon’s top robotics experts.  The ecommerce giant has been leveraging the technology for years, most commonly to pick goods from within its warehouses,

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American adtechs Rubicon Project and Telaria today announced they are merging to create the “the world’s largest independent sell-side advertising platform” with a focus on connected TV. The companies agreed to an all stock deal that will see Telaria stockholders expected to own approximately 47.1 per cent and Rubicon Project

The implementation of Australia’s Consumer Data Right – the data portability scheme which will enable Open Banking – has been delayed until July 2020, giving banks an additional four months to prepare.  The ACCC, which had been planning to begin the scheme in February following the current testing phase, announced

Apple Pay will be available for Westpac customers by June 2020, meaning all four of Australia’s big banks will offer the digital payment method next year.  Westpac also announced Apple Pay is available from today for customers at its smaller banks – St.George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne – provided

In 2014 Gisele Mesnage, a blind woman, sued Coles over the poor accessibility of its website. The supermarket giant settled, agreeing to make its digital assets more accessible, later admitting “we didn’t have accessibility in our DNA”. Last week Coles collected the award for corporate website of the year at

The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling for tighter rules on how AI and emerging technologies are developed, saying it is alarmed by some of the current use of the technology. The Commission wants to ensure accountability and the rule of law are upheld in a world where machines and

Melbourne cloud training startup A Cloud Guru today announced the acquisition of its main Australian rival, Linux Academy, and a new investor Bain Capital, through the investment firm’s disruptive technology arm, Tech Opportunities. A Cloud Guru says the acquisition of Linux Academy will give it “the largest and most effective