US company KnowBe4 has announced that Melbourne will be the location of its Australia-New Zealand headquarters. KnowBe4 is the latest cyber company to invest in Victoria and follows in the footsteps of Mimecast, Leidos and CT4. “Opening a new office in Melbourne is a strategic move to expand KnowBe4’s global footprint in a new region,” … Continue reading Cyber security company KnowBe4 to set up HQ in Melbourne
With support from the Victorian government, a global cloud-based records management company will base its Asia-Pacific headquarters in the state, providing more jobs within artificial intelligence (AI) technology sector. RecordPoint – which partners with Microsoft – will establish the facility in Melbourne, which is also to serve as the company’s AI and Engineering Hub. This … Continue reading RecordPoint to set up AI, engineering hub in Melbourne
Melbourne will be home to an international-standard artificial intelligence centre, pending a formal agreement between the Victorian state government and the next federal government. The state Labor government will contribute $1 million towards establishing the National Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Melbourne. Victorian Treasurer and economic development minister Tim Pallas said he welcomed federal Labor’s … Continue reading National Artificial Intelligence Centre to be established in Melbourne
Telstra has launched Telstra Labs, Australia’s first public Internet of Things (IoT) innovation lab in Melbourne.
Google has acquired Australian data science company Kaggle in an effort to improve its artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities.
Experts are concerned that many of Melbourne’s new energy-efficient apartment buildings are at risk of forming legionella bacteria due to their use of solar-powered “warm-water” systems.
Spotless Group is running a hackathon at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) to generate new ideas in IoT and data technology that will enhance the MCG.
Melbourne’s transport uses 311 billion litres of water each year – equivalent to flooding the city’s centre 8 metres deep. That’s just one of the findings of a new study looking at how much water different modes of transport use.
Australian cities Sydney and Melbourne rank 12th and 15th in the world respectively for cyber attack threat, with the entire nation at risk of losing $16 billion, according to a new global threat report.
A free Wi-Fi network has been launched across Melbourne’s CBD. Once complete it will span the city, making it Australia’s largest free Wi-Fi network.