Your company needs new software. What do you choose: tailor-made software or an off-the-shelf solution?Read More
We’re constantly hearing statistics like ‘40% of all jobs will be automated within the next 1-2 decades’ due to developments in robotics and AI. Given some of the incredible technologies that are already available (quasi-self driving cars, backflipping robots, etc.), you can understand how these claims may come to fruition. That being said, it can be hard to reconcile the hype with your own day-to-day business operations.Read More
Your face says a lot more about you than you might think. A study from Stanford has shown that one’s sexual orientation can be accurately determined using facial recognition. In China, it’s even being used to read the facial expressions of loan applicants to assess their likelihood of repayment.Read More
In recent years, we have seen the lifecycle of technology move ever-faster while the timeframes we, in the technology industry, are given to respond are becoming ever-shorter.Read More
This piece is a high-level explanation of the relationship between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Data.Read More
We live in a world where different technologies are advancing at varying rates. The most famous example of these growth rates is Moore’s Law, which describes how the number of transistors that can fit onto a circuit board roughly doubles every two years.Read More
From automating your pizza order to managing customer feedback, the uses of chatbots are far more than the novelty applications they arrived as.Read More
Australia has gotten off of its ARSE to create its own space agency (It’s not really called the ARSE -Australian Research and Space Exploration, though the website that pranksters have made is very convincing).Read More
Artificial intelligence is being hailed as the next digital frontier - and for good reasons.
The ability to think and act based upon the information at hand used to be the sole domain of human beings but the capabilities of computers have grown to such a degree that they may soon join us. And they’re coming fast.Read More
Chief technology officers, not unlike your grandma, have mastered the art of knitting.
For the most part their bodies seem calm, their gaze steely and focused. But within their hands is a set of needles flitting furiously as different stitches, colours and yarns meld together to form a pattern that either flows perfectly or, quite literally, pulls apart at the seams.Read More