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The first three industrial revolutions were impressive in their own right. They introduced steam power, electrified factories, assembly lines and early attempts...
This University of South Australia startup is using artificial intelligence to tame Parkinson’s disease
A South Australia startup, Lookinglass , based at UniSA’s Innovation & Collaboration Centre recently released an artificial intelligence (AI) web app that...
Arcadis, a global design and consultancy for natural and built assets, recently announced Australian start-up, Senscity, will join nine other start-ups from around the...
StartCon, in partnership with Australian venture capital firm Right Click Capital, have named the winner of the StartCon Pitch for $1 Million competition, with...
Disruptive consumer fintech Douugh, announced the launch of it’s capital raise on leading market platform Equitise, looking to raise up to $5 million in funding.
Soapbox.ai, the Australian start-up provider of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) service automation platform that combines predictive search, natural language understanding and machine learning for service management, has raised $550,000 in an initial funding round.
12.5% fewer startups were active in 2018 than in 2017, in a result compiled in collaboration with world-leading data analysis organisation Data61.
This additional capital will turbocharge our growth, drive more mainstream brand awareness and provide a platform for more innovation and disruption.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will be the hype technologies for 2017 and we will hear of the many applications that are possible and how these technologies will fundamentally disrupt work as we know it.
Intuit research shows that educating small business owners on the benefits of mobile and the power of the Cloud is giving back, on average, around seven working weeks of productive time per year.
The idea that smart software will eventually begin to eat any job that consists primarily of tasks that are predicable requires only a fairly simple extrapolation that technology will only get better and better.
The mission, in short, became to build a product that was capable of providing personalised education and human-like support to every entrepreneur on the planet, all at the same time.
Medical start-up, Enlitic and radiology provider, Capitol Health have partnered to bring deep learning-supported diagnostics to Australia and Asia.
First up, this is a long video. But, it's worth watching. So, go grab some coffee, sit back and watch this. This video from Entrepreneur magazine...
Want to have a glance at what tomorrow’s technology looks like? Here’s your chance. As a part of National Science Week, the “Singularity Summit” is a gathering in Melbourne of leading scientists, inventors and philosophers where the upcoming “intelligence explosion” (as they have penned it) will be discussed. Does it include robots? Yes it does.
This week Ross Dawson released a list of extraordinary technologies he thinks will be commonplace seven years from now, in 2016.
We've always believed that successful entrepreneurs have an uncanny ability to make the right decision, often without all the facts at their disposal. In...