The chief of Australia’s competition watchdog, Rod Sims believes that the most hotly debated issue in competition law around the world is whether ex ante regulation of particular digital platforms is needed.
Professional services company Accenture is partnering with the University of South Australia to launch an academy to promote business education literacy and improve digital skills among students.
Researchers at The University of South Australia have applied machine learning to provide a cost-effective way to to monitor soil moisture using a standard digital camera.
Optus and the University of South Australia (UniSA) have announced a new strategic alliance designed to deliver research outcomes aimed at driving technology innovations and educating Australia’s next generation of cyber security and data science specialists.
Researchers at the University of South Australia are set to begin working on a project to build wearable devices that can diagnose health conditions like pre-eclampsia, epilepsy, foetal arrhythmias and heart attacks.
FireFlight, an aerial fire-mapping system developed at the University of South Australia's Innovation and Collaboration Centre, was used in the fight against the massive blazes that enveloped Kangaroo Island recently, to support efforts by other agencies to fight the fires.
A study by the University of South Australia has found that, with the state's existing government subsidies, the point may have been reached when it makes economic sense to invest in a solar battery.
UNSW Canberra says it will be a key player in a new Co-operative Research Centre for Smart Satellite Technologies and Analytics — the SmartSat CRC — a national research organisation involving a $190 million investment in cash and in-kind from 84 research and industry partners.
A start-up in South Australia has released a Web app that uses artificial intelligence to detect the early stages of Parkinson's disease.
Twenty-nine Australian university students have graduated from Huawei's three-week Chinese cultural, business and IT experience program, Seeds for the Future, the biggest group of Aussies yet.
Samsung has launched a new training facility at the University of South Australia it says is one of the most technologically advanced teacher-training facilities in the country.
The South Australian Government is dishing out more than $8 million in new funding for energy storage projects in the state, ranging from batteries and hydrogen fuel cells to thermal storage using sewage.
Global Chinese ICT giant Huawei does much more than create telco equipment, enterprise networks, smart devices, IoT and clouds: it plants seeds for the future worldwide.
Local events around the NASA Space Apps Challenge are happening this weekend, and you can still register as a participant.
Australia is still lagging behind other developed countries in investment in tech start-up ventures, with a fall in matching government funding as well as under-investment by the private sector.
Australian company Hills, maker of the iconic Hills clothes hoist, is collaborating with researchers and designers at the University of South Australia to design, develop and commercialise a new nurse handset for aged care residents living with arthritis.
The University of South Australia and Hewlett Packard have announced a partnership which will see HP expand its workforce in the state by more than 400 people.
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