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Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Past articles by Tas:

TechnologyOne and Brisbane City Council resolve dispute

The parties have resolved their dispute on a 'without fault basis', according to TechnologyOne. → Read More

Fight against financial crime requires both artificial and human intelligence

Combating financial crime requires a combined approach using data, people, and technology. → Read More

Ireland expected to recover disputed taxes from Apple in Q1 2018

Up to €13 billion in disputed taxes will be transferred from Apple to a third-party account in the first quarter of 2018, Ireland's Finance Ministry has said. → Read More

How CIOs can adapt to growing demand for specialised talent

The shortage of highly skilled technical workers is becoming apparent as organisations gravitate towards AI, big data, and IoT, but Microsoft Australia's CTO James Kavanagh believes this is an opportunity for businesses to unlock the potential of existing talent. → Read More

Victorian auditor finds government has insufficient disaster recovery processes

The Victorian Auditor-General's Office has provided 15 recommendations to five government agencies after concluding that their disaster recovery processes are not sufficient to recover and restore critical IT systems following disruptions. → Read More

Patent infringement trial postponed for Domino's and Precision Tracking

Domino's and small tech firm Precision Tracking will appear in court in mid-2018 to present evidence on alleged patent infringement and breach of non-disclosure agreements over a GPS driver tracking system. → Read More

Korea tops APAC in government support for business R&D: OECD

Direct government funding and tax support for business research and development represented 0.35 of the nation's GDP. → Read More

Alipay partners with Australian Tourism Export Council

The partnership is aimed at expanding Alipay's presence in the Australian tourism industry, given the 1.2 million Chinese tourists that visit Australia annually. → Read More

Ireland to collect up to €13b in disputed taxes from Apple in coming weeks

After failing to meet the European Commission's January 3 deadline, Ireland has said it expects to collect the disputed taxes in the coming weeks. → Read More

How machine learning is helping Virgin boost its frequent flyer business

Using DataRobot's automated machine learning service, Virgin Australia has been able to cut down the time it takes to build predictive models by up to 90 percent, while boosting accuracy by up to 15 percent. → Read More

Amazon announces AWS Secret Region for intelligence agencies

Three years after launching Top Secret Region, Amazon has announced Secret Region for US intelligence agencies, as well as other government agencies dealing with secret-level data. → Read More

Origin Energy launches smart home kit for optimising energy usage

At AU$199, the starter kit comes with sensors and other internet-connected things to help Origin's customers better manage energy usage. → Read More

The greatest risk with AI is not moving fast enough to deploy it: Microsoft

If there are only a handful of companies running AI, then it's unlikely that it will be applied broadly enough, according to Microsoft's strategic policy advisor Dave Heiner. → Read More

Australian Broadcasting Corporation confirms S3 data leak

The government-backed broadcaster has confirmed that data from an unsecured repository was exposed. → Read More

Australian government seeks advice on management of .au domain

The government wants to ensure the management framework of auDA remains fit-for-purpose. → Read More

Toshiba in negotiations to sell PC operations to Asus: Report

The Japanese company is looking to sell its PC business to remedy its financial situation, according to a report. → Read More

Big data and machine learning algorithms could increase risk of collusion: ACCC

New provisions that have been added to the Competition and Consumer Act will enable the ACCC to address future machine-powered anti-competitive conduct, chair Rod Sims has said. → Read More

AirTrunk announces second APAC datacentre in Melbourne

AirTrunk has invested AU$100 million into the datacentre located in the Melbourne suburb of Derrimut, which will have total capacity of more than 50MW. → Read More

Microsoft using AI to empower people living with disabilities

There are issues around AI that require careful consideration, but that shouldn't curb excitement around what AI can do for people living with disabilities. → Read More

​Alipay enters Vietnam through partnership with NAPAS

The agreement between Ant Financial and NAPAS will allow Chinese tourists visiting Vietnam to use Alipay in the country. → Read More