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An Australian startup backed by the CSIRO which makes plant-based “meat” today announced it has raised $35 million in series A funding. The startup, v2food, will use the capital for more research and development, and to build a new production facility in regional Australia. The company launched last month promising

Australia’s energy sector is set to be shaken up by the same data portability regime currently disrupting the country’s banking industry. Built to empower consumers through access to their data, Australia’s Consumer Data Right brings with it new challenges and opportunities to a sector already in flux. Currently, a mix

Australia has lost its “cutting edge” in digital technology and innovation and is consequently missing out on hundreds of billions of dollars of economic growth and 200,000 jobs, according to the CSIRO.  The national science agency says to reclaim it the country needs to nearly double the digital innovation industries’

The CSIRO’s data and digital arm, Data61, today announced a research partnership with Australian cyber security company Penten to use artificial intelligence to create “cyber traps” and “decoys” as a cyber defence mechanism. Penten, a Canberra based company, will gain access to Data61’s AI expertise and begin researching “active defence”

The CSIRO’s specialist data and digital arm, Data61, will today launch its Mixed Reality Lab in Melbourne. The lab will allow the creation of “digital twins”, the virtual replicas of real life physical objects and systems used for improved production and innovation. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Data61’s

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Half of popular websites are at risk of malicious activity as they depend on a chain of other third parties to import external resources such as such as ad providers, tracking and analytics services and content distribution networks — which are often required to properly load content according to new

The question of whether technology is good or bad depends on how it’s developed and used. Nowhere is that more topical than in technologies using artificial intelligence. When developed and used appropriately, artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform the way we live, work, communicate and travel. New AI-enabled

The last-mile delivery is expensive and difficult. It’s also high stakes, a failed delivery attempt is enough to damage the customer’s perception of the entire shopping journey. In an attempt to ease these pain points, technology companies, retailers and logistics businesses have been piloting autonomous delivery robots to transport packages

CSIRO’s Data61 has opened a new Robotics Innovation Centre in Queensland, a purpose-built research facility for robotics and autonomous systems. The industry is tipped to be worth $23 billion by 2025 as more use cases are developed for unmanned ground vehicles, legged robots and unmanned aerial vehicles. Sign up for

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Data61, the CSIRO’s data innovation group, have partnered to develop “smart money”, a blockchain-enabled programmable currency. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Used via a mobile app, Smart Money allows funds to have certain conditions attached to their use and is currently being