Artificial intelligence is enjoying a huge resurgence, with the computing power of the cloud now able to bring life to machinery. Yet, many companies struggle to identify how to apply AI to their business. Educational assessment company Janison figured it out, allowing this Sydney-headquartered, ASX listed organisation to accurately score free-text exam responses in many languages around the globe.
The Australian Government has accepted six of the 14 recommendations made by the 5G inquiry conducted by the House Standing Committee on Communications and the Arts, assessing the deployment, adoption and application of 5G in Australia.
Analytics provider SAS is now actively promoting its online ‘Certified Young Professionals’ program in Australia and New Zealand, coinciding with what is says is recognition that a lot of young people leaving tertiary education will be “challenged for employment opportunities” while COVID-19 is around.
There's a day and a half of Vivid Sydney to go, with NSW TAFE students at the cutting edge of augmented reality sculptures, and there's still time to see one tonight (14 June).
The Australian Education Union claims the Coalition Government has cut $1.9 billion from public schools and hundreds of millions more from TAFEs and pledged to fight against these cuts.
Optus has launched an online cyber education programme for secondary schools, TAFE and universities, including a Cyber Teacher Certification programme for ICT, mathematics and science teachers.
In a bid to ‘boost student learning,’ TAFE SA has entered into a ‘groundbreaking partnership’ with Microsoft to ‘shift its entire online learning system into Microsoft’s Azure cloud.’
Although you might think a university degree is what you need for a fulfilling career in IT, TAFE is an extremely valid option, too - here’s more!
Nine Victorian TAFE colleges have now successfully rolled out TechnologyOne’s Student Management System, bringing to an end a major state-wide ICT implementation for the Victorian Government.
SAP Australia and New Zealand has announced a partnership with one of New South Wales' largest skills providers, the Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE (NSIT), to offer online IT courses for the state's students.
More than 25% of Australian IT graduates from the 2012 academic year did not get jobs in their profession. What's more, those that do have a job are getting paid significantly less than graduates of engineering and other sciences.
A new networking laboratory at Swinburne University of Technology's Hawthorn campus is said to be the 'best in Australia.'
Microsoft is running a film-making competition for Australian university and TAFE students.
Three more Victorian TAFEs have adopted TechnologyOne software, bringing the total to 15 out of 18.
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