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How AI is transforming the Australian workforce
Generative AI is reshaping Australia’s workforce, with technology skills now integral to the economy. Embracing AI could unlock billions of dollars by 2030, but requires an understanding of its intricacies and a stronger pipeline of tech workers.
Google propels AI advancements with Gemini era innovations
Google is accelerating its AI advancements with Gemini, its prime AI model, offering enhanced, immersive experiences across platforms and services, and introducing Gemini Advanced, an innovative AI tool.
ANNA Money offers £1,500 internship caring for AI-affiliated Terrapin
Fintech firm ANNA Money provides a unique GBP £1,500 internship opportunity for a student to care for its AI-affiliated Terrapin whilst exploring the customer experience impact of AI technology.
Appdome enhances MOBILEBot Defense, promises significant savings
Appdome has upgraded its MOBILEBot Defense product to offer full portability to any web application firewall (WAF), lowering costs for brands while enhancing defence against over 100 mobile attack vectors.
Summer camp tackles Australia's tech skills shortage
In a bid to bridge Australia's tech worker shortage, 160 students will participate in Grok Academy's summer computer science camp in Sydney and Melbourne.
AI revolutionising industries, redefining professional roles
AI is redefining professional roles, demanding a shift toward AI proficiency in recruiting, offering companies access to a global talent pool.
How AI’s impact will shape cybersecurity strategies in 2024
By understanding the security implications of AI, security teams will be well-placed to avoid the negative side effects that the technology could deliver.
Cythera marks five years as leading mid-market cybersecurity provider in Australia
Cythera celebrates a 5-year milestone as a leading mid-market cybersecurity provider in Australia.
The benefits (and risks) of using AI for code development
It's important not to lose sight of the need to keep secure coding practices front and centre in software development - even when deploying AI tooling.
Generative AI in Search expands to over 120 new countries with more language support
Generative AI in Search now supports four additional languages and extends to over 120 new territories, enhancing search experiences.
HCLTech graduates first digital apprentices in New Zealand, plans expansion
HCLTech celebrates the graduation of its first group of digital apprentices in New Zealand and plans to expand the program.
2023 State of AI Report, GPT-4 rise, safety concerns and future trends
2023 State of AI Report details rise of GPT-4, safety debates and future of AI, sparking informed industry dialogue.
Canberra students celebrate success in first Women in ICT programme
Canberra students impress in inaugural Women in ICT programme, with a celebratory event planned at Parliament House.
Gartner recognises Antavo as a top loyalty programme vendor
Antavo, the loyalty platform, has been recognised in the Gartner Market Guide for Loyalty programme Vendors for 2023.
GitHub's Copilot Chat enhances code quality and efficiency
A recent study revealed that employing GitHub Copilot Chat helps improve code quality, boost developer confidence, and enhance productivity.
Secure Code Warrior to host 3rd annual coding competition
Secure Code Warrior, the global, developer-driven security leader, will host its third annual Devlympics secure coding competition.
Red Hat introduces Ansible Lightspeed for AI-driven IT automation
Red Hat has launched Ansible Lightspeed with IBM Watson Code Assistant, a generative AI service to drive automation adoption across organisations.
monday.com to launch transformative AI capabilities in 2023
The company is opening its platform for developers to build endless AI app capabilities and kicking off with launching initial apps via the monday AI Assistant.
ChatGPT's AI revolution has enterprises rethinking their IT automation strategy
With Microsoft and Google officially in an AI arms race, many enterprise IT leaders are being forced to rethink their approaches to AI and automation.
How to protect popular query language GraphQL APIs from exploits
A recent Gartner report shared that by 2025, more than 50% of enterprises will use GraphQL in production, up from less than 10% in 2021.
GitHub Universe: company unveils new enterprise products
GitHub has announced a range of new products designed to accelerate the company's push into major enterprises at its San Francisco event.
Bluon appoints Adam Curry as senior vice president of software & data
Bluon promotes Adam Curry to SVP of software and data; he will oversee vision, structure and overall UI/UX of software product offerings for HVAC.
Employers increasingly require at least basic coding skills
More than half (53%) of the employers surveyed cited the increasing number of tech-lite jobs that require basic coding skills.
Employers look to hire inexperienced coders due to skills shortage
Coding skills in high demand as employers struggle to find talent, with many open to hiring candidates with micro-credentials and certifications, says report.