Displaying items by tag: Data61

A Brisbane-based team of robotics experts from the CSIRO will represent Australia and the Southern Hemisphere at the grand final of world’s leading robotics competition to be held in the United States this month.

Published in Strategy

Australia is to develop a nationally consistent bushfire modelling and prediction capability under a new agreement between the CSIRO’s data and digital specialist arm Data61 and the National Council for Fire and Emergency Services (AFAC).

Published in Climate

Regional Australia Bank has announced completion of integration and deployment of Biza.io’s Consumer Data Right (CDR) solution in just three months, enabling participation in information sharing with the Big Four banks through the new open banking system which went live in July.

Published in Market

Researchers from Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO, say they have developed new implantable devices with machine learning that can help to prevent seizures and monitor patients after brain surgery.

Published in Health

Melbourne-headquartered hi-tech firm VeroGuard Systems has released a locally developed digital identity platform which, after several years of testing, is now available for purchase.

Published in Security

Data61, the digital specialist arm of Australia's national science agency CSIRO, is developing the prototype of a smart collar for pets in collaboration with agtech company Ceres Tag.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 22 September 2020 12:38

Emesent gets funding boost from In-Q-Tel investment

CSIRO Data61 alumni and drone autonomy company Emesent has announced new investment in its business by In-Q-Tel in a move it says will power its expansion into the defence and emergency response industries.

Published in Deals

Researchers from the CSIRO have claimed a word-first by processing one trillion points of genomic data through VariantSpark, an artificial intelligence-based platform, which can help pinpoint the location of specific disease-causing genes in the human genome.

Published in Health

Australians are relatively positive about the growing use of artificial intelligence (AI) in society, but concerns remain around privacy and threats to jobs , according to a new national survey by Monash University, which also reveals that understandings of AI are varied – from robots “taking over the world” to computers being programmed to perform tasks in a positive fashion.

Published in Business Intelligence

Australian technology start-up, Sourse, says it will escalate its enterprise customer acquisition strategy in Australasia and through South-East Asia in 2020 and expand into new industry sectors, following the $15.8 million sale of OVO Mobile’s 77,000 customers to amaysim.

Published in Strategy

Data61, the digital arm of Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, has announced the creation of the seL4 Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation aimed at accelerating the development of the seL4 microkernel and related technologies.

Published in Development

Researchers at the CSIRO, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Queensland Health have developed a new tool to predict the global spread of human infectious diseases, like dengue, and track them to their source.

Published in Health

Analytics firm SAS Australia has joined forces with the CSIRO Data61’s job matching and internship matching platform Ribit to extend its long-standing practice of helping analytics students gain meaningful employment as data scientists.

Published in Data

Researchers from the University of Sydney have found that counterfeit versions of popular games like Temple Run, Free Flow and Hill Climb Racing are often laced with malicious software and placed in the Google Play Store.

Published in Security

The CSIRO's Data61 digital arm and Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology have launched a report that examines the megatrends affecting the development of Vietnam’s digital economy until 2045.

Published in Strategy

Researchers from the CSIRO's Data61 digital arm say they have found that about half of the most popular websites are at risk of malicious activity because they depend on a number of third parties for ad provision, tracking and analytics services and content distribution networks.

Published in Security

Australia’s robotics research capabilities will receive a boost, with CSIRO’S Data61 unveiling a new Robotics Innovation Centre in Brisbane.

Published in Strategy

Data61, the CSIRO’S innovation network, has collaborated with the Commonwealth Bank to develop an app as part of a trial to explore the potential for blockchain technology to create "smart money".

Published in Apps

Data61 says its next-generation blockchain system Red Belly Blockchain has shown increased speed and energy efficiencies on a global network, with deployment on 1000 virtual machines across 14 of Amazon Web Services' global regions.

Published in Market
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