In 1993, Visa became the first payments network to apply neural networks to calculate, in real-time, the ‘riskiness’ of a transaction.
Stories by George Nott
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.
Nearly 70 per cent of organisations in Australia are content for IT decisions and spending to be driven by business units, away from the direct control of the CIO.
As the drummers in LED-studded military uniforms exit the stage at the opening ceremony of Kaspersky Lab's Singapore summit, on walks Eugene Kaspersky in a blue linen shirt, jeans and trainers, an SLR camera slung round his neck.
Intrusion activity attributed to the same group which attacked the industrial safety systems of a petrochemical plant in Saudi Arabia in 2017 has been uncovered at a second facility, security researchers have confirmed.
Oracle A/NZ managing director Rob Willis has exited the company and been replaced by former Apple Russia chief Valery Lanovenko.
Larry Ellison's opening keynote at Oracle's annual OpenWorld conference was littered with catchy soundbites as well as barbed criticisms of rival cloud providers, in particular AWS.
SAP has appointed a new chief to lead its $1 billion Australia and New Zealand division.
The volatility of cryptocurrencies has become something of a joke. The fact its value bounces around like a kangaroo in a clown car has given rise to countless memes about the emotional toll of being an investor.
For somebody with responsibility for IT at one of the world’s biggest IT companies, Mark Sunday gives off a laid-back, low-key vibe.
Odourless fish oil and dairy products are among the first products to be ordered from Australia using Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba’s blockchain based ‘Food Trust Framework’.
Victoria’s emergency services have extended their deal with Motorola Solutions Australia to supply and upgrade the mission critical Metropolitan Mobile Radio network (MMR).
No matter your profession – be it providing legal services or flipping burgers – your work will inevitably be affected by automation and algorithms.
Can a friendly humanoid robot help take some of the stress out of air travel? That’s the question being posed by researchers from Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s innovation lab this week in a series of experiments at Sydney International Airport.