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Friday, 21 January 2022 00:47

Raydiant acquires Sightcorp

San Francisco-based in-location experience management platform Raydiant has acquired Sightcorp, a spinoff company from the University of Amsterdam that provides state-of-the-art, proprietary AI-powered audience intelligence for digital signage, digital out-of-home (DOOH) media, and in-store analytics.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 19 January 2022 11:33

Seven trends on your radar in 2022

GUEST OPINION: After a year marred by disruption and uncertainty, Australian businesses in 2022 are now turning their attention to what the next 12 months has in store.

Published in Guest Opinion

Data and AI company Databricks has appointed Naveen Zutshi, as the company’s Chief Information Officer (CIO).

Published in People Moves

From a new, COVID-test device that gives instant results just with your breath, to a colour-changing electric BMW to autonomous, electric farm robots that can hoe, weed, seed and more, through to ever-smarter smart home tech, including wireless energy at a distance to robots with ever more realistic facial expressions, and whether it is the latest GPUs, CPUs, start-ups, smartphones, TVs, flying cars, accessibility-friendly tech, fintech, wellness, wearables and much, much more - CES 2022 was definitely smaller, but it still succeeded in launching tons of terrific tech.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 05 January 2022 00:02

CSIRO adds AI coach to Total Wellbeing Diet

CSIRO researchers have found that the most important behavioural factors for success on the Total Wellbeing Diet are regular weigh-ins, following the menu plan and tracking food intake, and have developed an AI coach to help participants succeed.

Published in Your Tech

GUEST OPINION: 2021 saw the service provider ecosystem flourish in tough environments. Open RAN has evolved more than ever; the global 5G market has risen dramatically, creating low latency and enhanced security that give enterprises the power to implement breakthrough applications and increased AI/ML capabilities; and demand for infrastructure that powers 5G, IoT and UHD has continued to rise.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION: Battered and bruised from the harsh realities of COVID lockdowns, Australian businesses are looking forward to what they hope will be a much better year ahead.

Published in Guest Opinion
Wednesday, 15 December 2021 16:30

Nine key trends that will shape business in the future

GUEST OPINION: As businesses continue to emerge from the unforeseen disruptions of the past 24 months, many are fine tuning their strategic plans for the years ahead.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION: Key senior technology management from Extreme Networks, a cloud-driven networking vendor, today issued their 11 key predictions for 2022 providing advice to enterprises on trends in the year ahead for Zero Trust, blockchain, Wi-Fi, AIOps, cloud and 5G adoption.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST OPINION by Scott Leach, VP of APAC at Varonis:  Let’s spare a thought for cybersecurity professionals as we look into our crystal ball to see what 2022 holds. They’ll be under increasing pressure from the ‘bad guys’, and the ‘good guys’ as well. No matter what industry these professionals work in, it will become more difficult to secure data and maintain compliance with government regulations.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST RESEARCH: KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, hasannounced its 2022 cybersecurity predictions from its team of industry experts.  

Published in Security

GUEST RESEARCH: KnowBe4, the provider of the world’s largest security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, hasannounced its 2022 cybersecurity predictions from its team of industry experts.  

Published in Guest Research

The race to perfect the Arm platform to power ultra slim and light Windows 11 and Chromebook PCs is hotting up with the newest generation of 5nm processors from Qualcomm, fighting back against x86 processors and Apple's Arm-based M1-class processors, with Qualcomm's inbuilt 5G one of the differentiators for the "Always On, Always Connected" experience.

Published in Home Tech

A powerful new Artificial Intelligence-driven counter-fraud capability designed to stop online crooks in their tracks was today switched on by Aussie debit payments scheme eftpos, as the organisation "doubles on security smarts to help level the battlefield for consumers, merchants and crime fighters."

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Guest Interviews
Thursday, 18 November 2021 15:55

Institute of Data commits to 1000 new scholarships

The Institute of Data has committed to offering and funding at least 1000 new scholarships in the next 12 months for upskilling or retraining in data science and AI, cyber security, and software engineering.

Published in Education

GUEST OPINION: Data creation continues to grow exponentially with an estimated 2.5 quintillion bytes produced globally every day. It is important for organisations to harness that power and create useful insights and business outcomes.

Published in Guest Opinion

Nokia and GSMA Intelligence announced new research showing that communication service providers (CSPs) around the world believe that deploying artificial intelligence (AI) software is essential to reducing fast-rising network energy demand and emissions, spurred by internet traffic growth.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Social media behemoth Meta, formerly known as Facebook, has announced that it will shut down its face recognition system and delete more than a billion individual facial recognition templates. However, this does not mean an end to the use of the technology altogether.

Published in Security




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