Senate commitee recommends new ASIC market licence for digital currency exchangers

The Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre has called for a new market licence for digital currency exchangers so more crypto assets can be fall under ASIC's regulatory remit.

21 October 2021,

Developers: Intel's automated debugging tool ControlFlag is now open source

ControlFlag can automatically detect anomalies in software code - and it could spare developers hours of tedious work.

20 October 2021,

Microsoft global workforce grew 46.5% from 2017-2021

Microsoft now has more than 180,000 employees in more than 100 countries.

20 October 2021,

SpaceX will make Elon Musk the world's first trillionaire

Love him or hate him, between Tesla and SpaceX, Morgan Stanley predicts Musk will eventually be the world's first trillionaire.

20 October 2021,

One Giant Leap for MIT’s Robotic Mini Cheetah

A new control system, demonstrated using MIT’s robotic mini cheetah, enables four-legged robots to jump across uneven terrain in real-time. A loping cheetah dashes across a rolling field, bounding over sudden gaps in the rugged terrain. The movement

20 October 2021,

How machine learning can be fair and accurate

Carnegie Mellon University researchers are challenging a long-held assumption that there is a trade-off between accuracy and fairness when using machine learning to make public policy decisions.

20 October 2021,

New NLP model improves stock market predictions

For financial investors, finding ways to effectively predict the behavior of stocks and shares is critical if they want their investments to perform well. There are online sources of information on the factors that drive stock market movements, ranging from news items to financial reports.

20 October 2021,

Future of college will involve fewer professors

A futurist who focuses on education technology says artificial intelligence is slowly making human professors less vital to colleges and universities.

20 October 2021,

UK health secretary hopes AI projects can tackle racial inequality

UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid has greenlit a series of AI-based projects that aim to tackle racial inequalities in the NHS.

It's not easy being a startup in Ukraine. But these companies have made it work

Establishing tech companies and startups in challening locations such as Ukraine can be tough work – yet some companies have seen tremendous success.

20 October 2021,

Minderoo Foundation wants to see bushfires extinguished within an hour by 2025

Minderoo Foundation will use satellite technology and predicative analytics as part of its toolkit to help firefighters and local communities respond faster to bushfires.

20 October 2021,

AI projects to tackle racial inequality in UK healthcare, says Javid

Health secretary signs up to hi-tech schemes countering health disparities and reflecting minority ethnic groups’ data

20 October 2021,

NSW government wants to create semiconductor hub focused on design and IP

Acknowledging there are no major Australian players in the global semiconductor industry, the NSW government is hoping a new hub will improve the feasibility of larger scale work in this sector down the road.

20 October 2021,

Australia's chief scientist wants to make academic research publicly available

Dr Cathy Foley believes opening access to academic research will ramp up Australia's commercialisation efforts.

20 October 2021,

Steve Chien interview: Why NASA is inventing curious AI for deep space

Space probes will be the first to explore the furthest reaches of our solar system and beyond. To make discoveries like finding alien life, they will need to think more like humans, says NASA’s Steve Chien

20 October 2021,

Scientists teach AI to predict bankruptcy

The ability to accurately assess the financial risks of dealing with a business is vital to both the economy and society. This is particularly true when forecasting bankruptcy, which can result in significant financial losses and hurt the national economy.

19 October 2021,

Google's Pixel 6 processor brings AI photo features

New AI features such as "magic" photo editing and on-device voice processing come with the new chip.

19 October 2021,

Now you can plug Lego into your Raspberry Pi to add motors and sensors to your projects

Lego and Raspberry Pi are teaming up to let users take their projects to the next level.

19 October 2021,

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