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Non-profit Gradient Institute and consultancy Ethical AI Advisory have signed an alliance to tackle the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is both ethical and trustworthy. AI is the fastest growing technology sector in the world with more than US$35 billion invested in 2019, an 18 per cent

Over recent years, developments in advanced cloud technology have turned the idea of cloud gaming from a potentially significant new model within the industry into a reality, according to Juniper Research. A new report from the company predicts that the video games industry will exceed $200 billion in value in

Australian and New Zealand businesses are planning for up to three years of COVID disruption. That’s a key finding from the   2020 Beyond Disruption Business Pulse study released by  DXC Technology this morning and Telsyte. The researchers sought the views of  600 Australian and New Zealand business leaders including CEOs, COOs, managers,

Alibaba Cloud, the digital technologies arm of Alibaba Group, unveiled a series of innovative products at its 12th annual Apsara Conference, saying it wants to help people adapt to the more digitised world and accelerate customers’ digital transformation during and after the pandemic. The Chinese tech giant revealed its first

Autonomous mapping and analytics company Emesent announced a new investment from In-Q-Tel (IQT), the not-for-profit strategic investor that identifies innovative technology solutions to support the defence and government communities of the US, Australia, and their allies. The strategic investment will help power Emesent’s expansion into new industries including defence, security,

Half of the energy utilised by the Queensland University of Technology will be produced from renewable solar sources until at least 2028, after the institution signed a contract with the Columboola Solar Farm, which is being built between Miles and Chinchilla. According to QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Sheil, this new

UNSW Sydney and Cisco announced a new position: a Research Chair in Digital Transport. The role is designed to accelerate innovation within the transport sector. That innovation is being driven by the demands of a growing population, changing travel patterns, and increasing urbanisation. The parties say the initiative extends the

Brands are shifting to contextually-relevant advertising as they chase the opportunity presented by skyrocketing content consumption online. That’s a key finding of a new report from digital media analytics business DoubleVerify in its ‘Four fundamental shifts in advertising during 2020’ report releases this evening. This international study considers which collected

Australian security leaders are increasingly concerned about the state of security since the pandemic began in March. More than half (55 per cent) believe their organisation is likely to experience a data breach due to COVID-19. The figures are contained in new research from HackerOne and its fourth annual Hacker-Powered

Australia has a historic opportunity to set forward-looking data governance standards to anticipate and respond to the largely unchecked acceleration of data capture, aggregation and analytics in Australian professional sport, according to leading experts. The lack of oversight in how data is being collected has implications for athletes’ rights and