A study has revealed that facial recognition algorithms have gotten better at recognising masked faces since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victorian Government will spend $626m for projects aimed at enhancing the state's broadband, mobile and other digital infrastructure.
British technology and engineering consultancy BJSS will establish its APAC headquarters in Melbourne, thereby creating 150 new jobs for IT professionals.
AI-powered use cases for climate action could help organisations meet up to 45% of their Economic Emission Intensity targets of the Paris Agreement.
TOP500 has released its latest list of the world's fastest supercomputers, with the Fugaku supercomputer in Japan taking first place for the second time.
The AIIA has announced the eight winners of the 2020 National iAwards in a range of categories, from Government and Education to Start-up and Tech Platform.
The government is supporting a trial of electric vehicle charging technologies on 300 users across NSW, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia.
Network security revenue in the Asia–Pacific region is forecast to reach US$1.4bn in 2024, due to the rising issue of securing enterprise networks from data breaches.
Specops Software has investigated which coding language most people want to learn, with Python and Java receiving the most Google and YouTube searches.
Following rising industry demand for seamless interoperating PoE products and solutions, the Ethernet Alliance has launched its Gen 2 PoE Certification Program.
The ACMA has directed Telstra to comply with the Telecommunications Consumer Protections Code, after the telco overcharged customers a total of $2.4 million.
The blockchain market has lost US$2.8 billion over the last two years, with the 2018 crypto winter and the COVID-19 pandemic affecting industry growth.
IDC research has predicted that 65% of the APAC GDP will be digitised, with spending to reach US$1.2 trillion between 2020 and 2023.
The CEO of Launceston-based Definium Technologies, Mike Cruse, has been named the 2020 Tasmanian Pearcey Entrepreneur of the Year by the Pearcey Foundation.
CEO and co-founder of Australian telehealth software company Coviu, Dr Silvia Pfeiffer, has been named Founder of the Year at the 2020 Women in Digital Awards.