Victoria University researchers wanted to predict domestic violence incidents by analysing social media data and turned to Oracle Cloud to provide the sheer computational grunt needed to support its deep learning models.
Westpac has announced new measures intended to reduce the use of online and mobile banking to send abusive messages.
Listed Australian data centre provider NextDC has introduced a new internal company policy that offers paid leave to victims of domestic violence, as part of its support for the White Ribbon Australia program to stop men’s violence against women.
The Communications Alliance has published a guideline to help telecommunications providers assist customers who are affected by domestic and family violence.
Seven finalists have been selected in the Optus Future Makers program for budding entrepreneurs, with a total of $300,000 in grant funding up for grabs.
Telstra, the Federal Government and Women’s Services Network (WESNET) have announced ‘an expansion of the Safe Connections program, providing up to 20,000 safe smartphones over three years for women experiencing domestic violence.’
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