May 03, 2017

A Look at How Smart Technologies Are Making Homes More Energy Efficient

Today, it’s mainly wealthy and upper-middle-class households that have smart technologies integrated into their homes, but it appears that we’re finally ready for a [Read More...]

Apr 23, 2017

5 Virtual Reality Trends to Watch in the Next 5 Years

It’s exciting to think about everything that VR has in store for us, but it’s important to remember that this is still a technology in its infancy.

Apr 19, 2017

Australia’s future in RegTech with the launch of a new industry body

The Land Down Under has had a busy year building up their RegTech sector. But what do the experts in the field think? Is the pace moving fast enough?

Apr 02, 2017

The way computers see you may Change your life

Mar 13, 2017

Israeli research commercialisation: What can Australia learn from the Startup Nation?

Dec 28, 2016
MARCH 03: Brown Long-eared Bat (Plecotus auritus), Vespertilionidae. Photo credit: DeAgostini/Getty Images Israel

Is Google Translate for bats on the way?

Holy machine learning, Batman

Dec 24, 2016
Microsoft Director of Strategic Investments, Limor Lahiani, speaks at Geektime's Techfest in November 2016. Photo credit: Geektime

Microsoft’s innovation czar: we’re moving from ‘information age’ to ‘intelligence age’

Microsoft's director of strategic engagements shows off company's work applying NLP to genetics and other issues impacting humanity

Dec 22, 2016
Spotters locate a Great White off Fish Hoek, South Africa in 2015. Photo Credit: Shark Spotters

Too many sharks at the beach? In South Africa, you can just use drones

Drones can go where people cannot to study wildlife, fight poaching, and keep people safe from animal attacks