IoT Industry Events
AI challenge looms above IT teams’ heads
Automation is a greater integration test than IT leaders may realise, according to Appian.
Major Australian produce supplier will use AI to predict berry yield
Costa Group is working with The Yield, Food Agility and UTS to predict berry yields.
AI can now read emotions – should it?
Emotion recognition technology, an outgrowth of facial recognition technology, continues to advance quickly.
Microsoft announces global carbon reduction technology push
Sweeping announcement covers $1 billion innovation fund, partnerships, supply chain and customers’ use of AI and IoT.
Australian nav-tech outfit attracts $20 million investment
Technology used by the likes of NASA, Airbus and Tesla.
Satya Nadella's 4 messages for Australian developers
Microsoft's CEO visited Sydney this week to talk about how developers can tackle growing data volumes and complexity.
Australian Government seeks suppliers for 5,500-camera surveillance network
Including suppliers of video analytics, facial detection, wireless and cybersecurity technology.
Newcrest Mining using IoT to prevent downtime in NSW gold mine
Tapping sensors to reduce costly delays.
Hitachi could bring AI, analytics jobs to Western Sydney Aerotropolis
Japanese company looking to attract "brightest minds" to new collaboration hub.
Fascinating IoT-related talks to see at CEBIT Australia this year
Big line-up covers everything from smart city decision making to how the New South Wales Government shares data.
How Australia can make AI work for our economy, and for our people
Getting the balance right between opportunity and risk arising from the AI revolution will be essential to the future fabric of Australia.
ParKam's smart parking project at Curtin University will be a world-first
Will use cameras and cloud-based image processing to monitor nearly 6,000 car parking bays.
Craft brewer using Internet of Things to fine-tune its ales
Using sensors and AI to produce Trappist Monk-style beer.
How Microsoft plans to connect more farmers to AI
Tackling interoperability challenge.
Blackberry celebrates "giant step forward"
Cylance buyout will bolster IOT credentials.
Australia's crypto-wars have already been fought
The sky didn’t fall in when US phone intercept laws changed.
UTS researchers to develop AI for robot waiter
University team wins right to compete in Japan's RoboCup.
IBM, Harman enabling voice interaction with workplaces
Using Watson AI to 'speak' to lights, audio and other smart devices.
WISeKey to integrate chip-level AI into IoT platform
Devices that can defend themselves from attack now one step closer.
Making AI and robotics work for your business
Industry executives explain how to overcome the challenges.
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