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Summer camp tackles Australia's tech skills shortage
Last month
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In a bid to bridge Australia's tech worker shortage, 160 students will participate in Grok Academy's summer computer science camp in Sydney and Melbourne.
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Fortinet & NAB host Cyber Codefest in Melbourne to bolster cybersecurity skills
Wed, 1st Nov 2023
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breach prevention
Fortinet and NAB host second annual Cyber Codefest in Melbourne, aiming to narrow the cybersecurity skills gap.
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Winners revealed for Australia & New Zealand Digital Transformation Awards 2023
Wed, 1st Nov 2023
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data analytics
Australia and New Zealand Health and Public Sector Digital Transformation Awards winners announced. Qlik celebrates transformative uses of its resources.
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The University of Melbourne implements data ecosystem with Talend
Tue, 16th Aug 2022
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Talend has announced that The University of Melbourne (UoM) has selected Talend Data Fabric for its cloud data platform.
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Curtin University appoints Professor Andrew Turpin as inaugural Lions Curtin ophthalmic big data chair
Fri, 8th Jul 2022
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data science
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computer science
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perth
Professor Andrew Turpin has been appointed as the inaugural Lions Curtin ophthalmic big data chair to enhance research in eye health using data science.
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University of Melbourne uses Oracle Cloud to harness the power of IoT
Wed, 16th Feb 2022
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Researchers at the University of Melbourne rely on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to tackle the massive amounts of data generated by the industrial IoT.
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AI to predict future of transport
Wed, 26th May 2021
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ai
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university of melbourne
A new project plans to use artificial intelligence to predict traffic congestion in a bid to optimise traffic in larger cities and improve road safety.
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Melbourne Uni & DARPA to shape AI for scientific decision-making
Wed, 3rd Apr 2019
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ai
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science
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university of melbourne
An international research program will use artificial intelligence to help evaluate the credibility of scientific evidence used to make decisions.
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New research suggests ways to make phones smarter and last longer
Tue, 26th Feb 2019
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smartphones
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ai
AI predicts mobile use, aiding battery life. Melbourne experts develop smart update tech.
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Biometric Mirror: The AI that can detect attractiveness and personality from your photo
Fri, 27th Jul 2018
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surveillance
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biometrics
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ai
The AI displays 14 different characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity, attractiveness – and even weirdness and emotional stability.
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NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Mon, 30th Apr 2018
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smart cities
NBN inks £3m tech R&D pacts with UoM & UTS to innovate in robotics, IoT, AI.
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Exclusive interview: Commvault on GDPR, data analytics & virtualization
Thu, 16th Nov 2017
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cloud services
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big data
Commvault's humble culture is reflected in its accessible CEO, according to Dan Kieran, VP and MD of Australia and New Zealand.
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Vertiv helps Australian university slash data center energy use
Tue, 21st Mar 2017
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data centre maintenance / management
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power / energy
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energy efficient
Vertiv has helped Australia’s University of Melbourne slash its data center energy usage by up to 70% by replacing its AC fans with EC fans.
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How the University of Melbourne's data backup puts consolidation front and centre
Tue, 18th Oct 2016
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cloud services
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big data
As a research institution that is ranked in the top 50 worldwide, the University of Melbourne takes data backup consolidation seriously.
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IBM picks Australia for new R&D lab
Fri, 15th Oct 2010
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university of melbourne
150 jobs to be created at new research and development laboratory in Melbourne, Australia.