The viewing of child exploitation material found on seized mobile phones and computers during abuse investigations takes an incredible toll on police officers.
Stories by George Nott
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will be required to review its privacy and data retention policies under threat of court action from the Australian Information Commissioner and Privacy Commissioner.
While the value of middle managers is being closely scrutinised within many organisations, according to recruitment firm Hays they can be a businesses’ “biggest asset”.
The National Broadband Network (NBN) is a “catastrophe” that has “failed to deliver on its promise” according to Huawei Australia’s chief technology officer.
Lexus is trialling a range of connected-vehicle technologies on public roads in Victoria, the car manufacturer announced today.
Health insurer nib has launched an Alexa skill for customers to find nearby health providers and answer common insurance queries.
Researchers from CSIRO’s Data61 have formalised a technique to ‘vaccinate’ machine learning models against adversarial attacks and make them more robust.
Two years late and $23.7 million over budget, the roll-out of a pathology lab information system by the Western Australia government has been slammed by the state’s auditor general.
Cricket Australia has announced a multi-year partnership with HCL Technologies.
In 1993, Visa became the first payments network to apply neural networks to calculate, in real-time, the ‘riskiness’ of a transaction.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority is decommissioning its ‘Can I Fly There?’ drone safety app after two years.
Just because organisations have sought the legally required consent to use data doesn’t make them immune to a backlash from customers.
Air New Zealand is using drones to inspect difficult to reach parts of its aircraft during maintenance stops.
Nobody likes a liar. Except if you are hiring for sales-orientated jobs, a pilot study by researchers at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business has indicated.
Managing Victoria’s parks and waterways is a big job. A four million hectare sized job in fact, which falls to state statutory authority Parks Victoria.