Over one million (45%) Australian households who have connected to the national broadband network experienced issues when transitioning across to the service, according to a newly published research report.
The convenience of robots will trump compromise, says Juniper Research, with AI improving slowly so today’s 1 robot in 25 households becomes 1 in 10 by decade’s end.
The affordability of telecommunications services and access to those services for consumers is under the spotlight at the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) conference which got underway in Sydney today.
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