It's called Affective Computing, and it's set to have a big impact on the way computers communicate with one another.
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The man who coined the phrase The Internet of Things gives his thoughts on the current startup mania.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was one of around 40 MPs who attended the event at Parliament on Wednesday morning.
Disruptors are innovators, but not all innovators are disruptors.
Roy says various consultations with the startup community, including the Policy Hack and recent trade mission to Israel, contributed an “enormous amount” to the final product.
Should the government use tax incentives to spur the shifts needed to make Australia an innovation hub?
In general it’s a good thing – it democratises this kind of funding and lets people back the next Facebook or Google.
From today, Australians can pay by swiping their iPhones.
Imagine a world where the road itself keeps your battery juiced or your driveway starts recharging your car as soon as you park.
A recent update to the ride-sharing app is being spruiked as a great way for drivers to earn that last fare of the day while heading home.”
There are gold-rush opportunities for imaginative commercial developers and scientists to take advantage of TensorFlow’s enhanced capabilities.
Anything with a highly human-like appearance can be subject to the uncanny valley effect, but the most common examples are androids, computer game characters and life-like dolls.
The public relations industry has been mismeasured and undervalued, believes Rebekah Iliff, the Chief Strategy Officer of PR analytics company AirPR.
Melbourne desperately needs a centralised fintech hub, not “a pissing contest” with Sydney, in order to become a leading global startup city in the sector, according to the results of a new survey.
To understand how a disruptive brand is shaking up the traditional banking and finance model, I spoke with Managing Director of Xero Australia, Chris Ridd.
The new Innovation, Industry and Science Minister Christopher Pyne has been tasked with making Australia’s economy more innovative.
Perhaps it’s because spring has arrived, but the change of government seems to have brought new life and more optimism to Australians.
Universities, incubators and accelerators do not create companies or startups - people do.
An Australian startup will be playing a big part in Twitter’s quest to become the “world’s biggest social marketplace”.
Three QUT alumni are trying to answer a question persistently posed by young students when learning algebra: “why do I need to know this?”