Two Australians, rescued in different ways by smartwatch technology, will tell their stories in short films created by Apple.
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Using artificial intelligence technology in risky tasks such as social scoring and biometric identification could be banned in Australia by a new group.
Ignoring work calls and emails after hours could soon become the new normal as political momentum builds for the 'right to disconnect'.
The firm behind Facebook has bold ambitions for artificial intelligence, with Mark Zuckerberg announcing plans to create the world's most popular AI services.
The use of artificial intelligence technology is expected to skyrocket in 2024 but experts warn of potential risks and the need for an Australian made version.
Australia's top cybersecurity agency has issued guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence technology, warning businesses about privacy and data risks.
Generative artificial intelligence can create stunning content but experts warn strict rules are needed to ensure viewers know what's real and what's fake.
From cars driven by game controllers to vans you can turn into utes, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is giving a preview of an unusual future.
Social media website X has been slammed by the eSafety Commissioner for breeding online hate since being acquired by tech entrepreneur Elon Musk.
Life Saving Victoria has contacted authorities after one of its servers was targeted in a cyber attack by malicious actors.
Researchers are investigating whether Amazon's Alexa, Apple's Siri or Google Home speakers should be used to detect violence in homes.
Professions likely to feel the early impact of artificial intelligence have been identified by a report that warns training must adapt to fit the technology.
A business summit has heard Australia should not introduce laws around the use of artificial intelligence or it could risk being left behind other countries.
The climate crisis is being made worse by an information crisis, with some Australian outlets accused of peddling fake news and adding to confusion and delay.
Australia has had one of the world's biggest rises in cyber attacks against government agencies, with a report showing criminals are pursuing official sources.
Australian internet users are being urged to change their passwords and vary them across accounts as online crime rises.
Artificial intelligence is increasingly being used in hospitals and doctors' offices but one expert says it's best used keeping doctors away from fax machines.
APEC members went into the US-hosted summit divided over the wars in Ukraine and Gaza and that is how they left, but they did unite behind reforming the WTO.
Software giant Atlassian will issue guidance to firms considering the use generative AI tools in their businesses to avoid unintended outcomes.
Artificial intelligence will be used to identify and flag threatening messages sent to victims' bank accounts, in a tool to be shared with banks worldwide.
Home appliance and consumer electronics sales fell for JB Hi-Fi and The Good Guys as the companies face a 'tougher retail trading environment'.
MyServiceNSW users who have their private information stolen or published online will be warned about the hack as part of a government security feature.
Visiting artificial intelligence experts say Australian students should use AI tools such as ChatGPT in classrooms but they need to be warned about risks.
The online retail giant is ramping up its drone delivery program but plans to fly and land goods in Aussie backyards is still a way off.
Students in Queensland schools will trial new technology to help reduce teacher workloads, with education programs run by artificial intelligence algorithms.
Novels from best-selling Australian authors including Trent Dalton are being used to improve generative AI without their knowledge or consent.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced a $76 million strategy investment to advance quantum technology, embracing a "new frontier".
Households in regional and remote areas are benefiting most from faster broadband, which is also creating more jobs, according to a report.
The Sex Discrimination Commissioner is supporting a trans woman's lawsuit against a social media platform that blocked her after classing her as male.
Advanced technology including autonomous cars, moon rovers, flying taxis and marine vessels could benefit from advances created in a new Sydney facility.
Work mapping the country's worst areas for mobile coverage could begin next year after the government called for tenders in a $20 million project.