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Gaming
Study shows Australians prioritise protection over convenience
A recent study by McAfee has identified the shifts in needs, attitudes, and actions that will impact Australia in 2022.
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Digital Transformation
AI company raises $105m to create people for 'digital' workforces
An Auckland based artificial intelligence company Soul Machines has raised $US70 million ($NZ105m) to meet growing demand for "digital people".
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Artificial Intelligence
Edge AI adoption to explode in 2022 - ABI Research
The COVID-19 pandemic quickened the pace of digital transformation, placing technologies at the very centre of how people live and work, ABI Research states.
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Digital Transformation
Accenture’s latest report sheds light on IT infrastructure issues
As innovative IT grows, so too does the demand for these solutions and systems, leaving IT companies struggling to keep pace with the very tech they’ve created.
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Artificial Intelligence
AI succeeds where humans fail to identify biometrics spoofs
"Biometric technology used for identity verification has evolved in recent years to increase speed and accuracy, now significantly outperforming the human eye."
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Artificial Intelligence
Verdantix warns EHS executives must be operationally ready for AI
Environment, health, and safety executives should be operationally ready to deploy AI projects as adoption benefits become too great to ignore.
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Artificial Intelligence
AI assistant tech increasingly popular in Australia
The survey shows Australian consumers are increasingly open to businesses using voice AI assistants in their communications.
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Artificial Intelligence
SenSen Networks' AI breakthrough granted new US patent
Enterprise AI software and solution provider, SenSen Networks, has announced it's been granted an additional patent by the US Patent and Trademark Office.
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Remote Working
Logitech focuses on work meetings with AI powered RightSight 2
The Logitech RightSight 2 uses audio and video AI to detect people's placement in the room and the location of their voices.
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Digital Transformation
Mitsubishi, Digital Realty deal creates Japanese data centre
A new partnership between Mitsubishi and Digital Realty has resulted in the opening of a data centre in Tokyo.
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Artificial Intelligence
Smarter.ai has announced its £1 million pre-seed raise
The world’s first AI marketplace to help SMEs compete with Big Tech announces its pre-seed raise led by Fuel Ventures and Hambro Perks.
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Artificial Intelligence
AURA launch first Crime Trend Report, aims to gain insight in South Africa
On-demand emergency services marketplace AURA has launched a report into South Africa’s high crime rate and what can be done to lower it.
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Artificial Intelligence
HireVue announces new CEO as former takes on new role
As Kevin Parker retires, taking on a new role, video interviewing, assessment, and text-enabled recruitment company, HireVue, has shared news of its new CEO.
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Data analytics
Tata Consultancy Services and DeakinCo. tackle Australia's skills gap with new programs
These programs are designed to meet the growing demand of talent in emerging technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, data analytics and robotics.
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Low-code
Using low-code to create a change engine for business
The past two years have demonstrated that for businesses to survive, they need to be able to change.
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Digital Transformation
Onehouse raises US$8m in seed funding, plans to grow lakehouse product
The founding engineer and architect of the Uber data team has created a new system: Onehouse.
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Digital Transformation
Lenovo unveils TruScale High-Performance Computing as a Service
Lenovo has unveiled TruScale High-Performance Computing as a Service (HPCaaS), providing organisations with the power of supercomputing through a cloud-like experience.
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Digital Transformation
SuperOps.ai raises US$14 million, plans to shake up MSP market
SuperOps.ai has announced it has raised US$14m in new funding, allowing the company to break into the Managed Service Providers (MSP) market. 
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Digital Transformation
Fujitsu Australia acquires new Microsoft specialist
Marking the second acquisition by Fujitsu Australia in less than 12 months (the first acquisition being data and AI-consultancy Versor), the new deal is said by the company to be part of their plan to enhance growth ambition through a programmatic M&A strategy.
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Collaboration
Three steps to creating a data-driven enterprise
One of the biggest challenges facing organisations today is how to truly harness the power of data - to determine what and how to measure, understand what the data actually "means," and prioritise what data to look at or act on to achieve maximum impact for the business.
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Digital Transformation
NVIDIA signs deal to develop AI talent in Indonesia
American tech company NVIDIA has signed a deal with Indonesia’s Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology (Kemendikbudristek) to progress Indonesia’s usage of digital platforms.
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Artificial Intelligence
AI robots utilised by FedEx to enhance supply chain in China
In a first for China, FedEx Express has implemented the use of smart AI robots to help supply chain efficiency and logistics operations.
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Artificial Intelligence
Digital Realty opens its first data centre in South Korea
Digital Realty has just opened the first carrier-neutral and fibre-neutral facility in South Korea.
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Business Intelligence / BI
Data and analytics critical to business success in 2022, Sisense finds
Nearly all (92%) of product decision makers say data and analytics is critical to success of business, with 8 in 10 saying they could charge significantly more because of the data and analytics they provide.