Accountants in Australia, and their global counterparts, are changing their attitudes towards automation in the profession as the benefits become clearer, signalling a “new era” for accounting practices, according to a newly released study.
Indian outsourcing and ICT services giant Infosys has launched its second-generation Artificial Intelligence platform – Nia – which it claims tackles “breakthrough” business problems such as forecasting revenues, forecasting what products need to be built, understanding customer behaviour, the content of contracts and legal documents and understanding compliance and fraud.
Internet Australia has called for a new parliamentary inquiry into the Data Retention Act following revelations over the past week that the Australian Federal Police (AFP) had admitted illegally accessing a journalist's metadata.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has issued a draft determination that the operators of the National Broadband Network, NBN Co, have not exceeded price caps placed on what it charges for services under the Special Access Undertaking (SAU).
Users at XDA-Developers and Samsung’s US community website are reporting random reboots, with home remedies on offer including weather widget removal.
The US National Security Agency has backed down on one of its major surveillance programmes, announcing on Friday that it would stop collecting information from the US Internet backbone about foreign targets of interest, but only collect communications to and from those targets.
WikiLeaks has released the source code and documentation for what it says is software used by the CIA to track documents written in Microsoft Word.
The latest Motorola G5 Plus and G5 handsets have arrived in Australia, with Motorola following Samsung’s lead in appropriating the word "plus" for a larger model.
If you’ve been waiting to talk into a retail store to buy a Samsung G8 or G8+ and walk out with one immediately, your wait is over.