A new type of customer service called ZenoBot is being rolled out across the country and the rest of the world. It has been developed by Australians as an AI "Avatar" that can "engage with customers, deliver information, answer questions, and even deliver education to students in classrooms".
The 5th annual DISRUPT.SYDNEY conference is nearly here, aptly themed "Imagining the Future", and will take “an historic leap into the future with a real time presentation by one of the world’s leading researchers in the field of digital faces and virtual reality".
A "groundbreaking new production of The Tempest is using the latest, cutting-edge technology to bring a new experience to seasoned theatre-goers and new audiences alike".
Intel – the word makes you think of chips – Pentium, Core, Atom … But it has its eyes firmly on capturing a slice of the lucrative apps market in the overcrowded messaging market.
Microsoft's Craig Mundie looks after the company's long-term strategy, overseeing one of the largest computer science research organisations in the world - and he sees a future of invisible technology using natural user interfaces delivering much more immersive interactive experiences.
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