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The SAS chief technical officer Bryan Harris is on a personal mission. He wants humans at the centre of the innovation process, and he wants ethics in data. AI applied to healthcare and surgery may need to know someone’s gender and ethnicity, but AI applied to home loans should not use that as a factor at all. Harris is making clear irresponsible AI is right in his crosshairs.

Published in Data

Epson and National Geographic’s "Turn Down the Heat" campaign has won the Webby People's Voice Award in Social - Sustainability & Environment at the 26th Annual Webby Awards Internet Celebration.

Published in Business IT

Kate Toon is an award-winning powerhouse of energy, talent, business smarts, excellent advice, great courses and more, and it was a delight to talk to someone so switched on about everything digital!

Published in Guest Interviews

"The world’s largest travel community" says you can now "enjoy and discover useful content, advice and recommendations from friends, family and more than a thousand trusted experts".

Published in Home Tech

TripAdvisor is set to introduce "Social-Assisted Travel", enabling members to get "relevant recommendations and inspiration to be the one travel site to plan 'your' perfect trip, with new social elements from trusted sources and over 500 launch partners".

Published in Home Tech

Already available in nine other countries, the Vodafone Pass is now in Australia, giving Red plan users the ability for "endless streaming on the apps they love".

Published in Telecoms & NBN
Tuesday, 12 January 2016 15:19

Review - Pickapik for iOS

Turn fights over dinner options, choosing which outfit to wear, what to do on the weekend, or any myriad of things into a fun, democratic social activity with Picapik for iOS.
Published in Software

Prezi dramatically outshines Powerpoint and Keynote, but newcomer Zeetings pivots by adding effortless next-gen interactivity that turns presentations into instantly insightful two-way conversations.

Ever wanted to buy something from the US, whether online or from a store, but the store didn’t ship to Australia, didn’t accept our credit cards or was only available in-store?

Published in Home Tech

Tribesta’s creators say this new social safety app will keep members of your ‘tribe’ - be it your family, friends or others - safe and informed, and could save the Australian Government $1.2 billion in resources each year.

Published in Home Tech

Capgemini Australia has appointed a local CTO and set up a supporting office to help clients deal with disruptive technologies.

Wednesday, 05 February 2014 13:55

Facebook turns 10 and Looks Back

Social media giant Facebook is turning the ripe old age of 10 on 4 February and is giving its users a special way of looking over their digital history on the network to celebrate.

Published in Development

Software that fosters open communication throughout organisations may revamp working life, an industry executive has told iTWire.

Thursday, 17 May 2012 06:01

Roamz reaches Android

Popular Australian iPhone app is now available for Android too.

Published in Mobility

Localscope v1.8 introduces support for 4 new languages - Danish, Finnish, Polish and Thai. Extending support to 19 languages enables iOS users worldwide to use Localscope on their devices in their native language. Localscope v1.8 has also been optimized for the newly released iOS 5.

Sydney, Australia - July 21, 2011 - Today HEDLOC announced a new global reseller agreement with Jive Software. With this agreement, HEDLOC and Jive will bring the innovation of social networking to the enterprise.

4PSA has announced today the revamp of its online discussion group on LinkedIn under a new name, The Social Unified Communications Group.

Wednesday, 16 March 2011 17:41

BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform goes beta

First announced last September, the BlackBerry Messenger Social Platform has now gone into beta testing. BBM Social Platform allows app developers to create software that takes advantage of the social connectivity infrastructure RIM built for BlackBerry Messenger.

Published in Mobility

Jambok acquisition will add mobile video creation and sharing technology to accelerate the future of corporate social learning and the smarter workplace




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