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Zarget, a conversion rate optimisation and marketing automation software company, has raised $6 million in a Series A round led by Sequoia Capital India.
The US company will start 'in-human' clinical trials of its nanomagnetic detection system for the early detection of cancer in the second half of 2018.
India's Aadhaar mandatory biometric ID program will be impacted by the Supreme Court's ruling that privacy is a fundamental right, though the court doesn't consider it absolute.
In July, Baidu will provide access to some of its tools as an attempt to build a 'collaborative ecosystem' for autonomous vehicles.
The implementation of telehealth in Australia has suffered some hurdles in previous years, but state governments are looking to remove barriers around funding and infrastructure and put in place incentives to drive telehealth adoption.
Storage company NetApp is once again cutting its headcount, this time by around 640 employees.
Hyper Anna, an AI analytics startup, has accepted its first round of investment from Reinventure and AirTree, and has just started working with Insurance Australia Group.
A new study by Microsoft shows Australian organisations that are willing to test and learn experience greater success in digital transformation.
Deakin University has unveiled the HeroSurg robot, giving surgeons the added sense of touch when they perform microsurgery via a computer.