When asked about the concerns with Google storing vaccination information potentially overseas, Services Australia said use of the COVID Card was optional.
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Working with the Department of Agriculture, Trellis Data is analysing shipping containers using its machine learning technology to determine any biosecurity risks to Australia.
Taxation Office has a data-matching program of work underway to make sure taxpayers aren't hiding cryptocurrencies.
'Growing' electronic components directly onto a semiconductor block could mean avoiding messy, noisy oxidation scattering that slows and impedes electronic operation, researchers out of Sydney said.
Everledger and Convergence.tech have been given funding to explore two pilots centred on supporting supply chain solutions and helping to ease regulatory burdens.
For a cool $5.4 million, the source code for the World Wide Web 1990-1991 has a new owner.
A Senate committee probing Centrelink's robo-debt scheme heard spreadsheets were used to perform tasks Services Australia's computer systems could not.
Lloyds Auctions has put a collection of photograph negatives up for auction, with the winner to receive proof of ownership via blockchain.
In addition to announcing customers will be able to see their account balances from other banks within the CommBank app, CEO Matt Comyn has made a AU$50 million investment in two fintechs.
Virgin Galactic's VSS Unity successfully carried its crew, including its billionaire founder, into space.