UTS has launched the Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute, which will oversee a major $3.3 million AI analysis project, led by ARC Future Fellow Lu Qin.
Half of A/NZ businesses say there will be more demand for robotic process automation solutions this year as they shift from crisis mode to recovery mode.
The NSW Government has introduced a new diploma in advanced manufacturing to help support the state's emerging advanced manufacturing industry.
There is a culture within the IT world that downplays the importance of maintaining good mental health. This needs to change, says the ITPA's Nathaniel Mitchell.
The taskforce aims to create diversity and equity in the digital and ICT service provider market, enabling more firms to engage and do business with government.
The federal government's new training qualification option for the ICT sector aims to meet urgent workforce needs during COVID-19 and beyond.
The consultation aims to improve choice and fairness for consumers and to prepare the telco industry for an operating environment with ubiquitous nbn coverage.
The ACCC has accused Google of failing to obtain consumers' informed consent before combining data collected on them from Google and non-Google sites.
Southern Cross Cable Network has secured US FCC approval to build the US landing station for its 72 Tbps Southern Cross NEXT cable.
The degree will train students in advanced electronics and telecommunication engineering, with a focus on designing and controlling quantum systems.
ISACA's new One In Tech foundation will seek to improve the participation of women and other under-represented groups in the cybersecurity field.
Apple has committed to removing carbon dioxide emissions from its products and supply chain, 20 years ahead of IPCC targets.
Companies now see digital communications as a greater, more urgent priority, and are willing to spend considerably more on this front.