The Australian government’s Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) has spent more than $200 million over the past five years developing a National Digital ID platform.
The quiet rollout of two government-owned digital identity platforms is a signal Australia could soon see a full launch of the concept, tech insiders suggest.
What if a stranger could snap your picture on the sidewalk, then use an app to quickly discover your name, address and other details?
Clearview AI, a startup founded by an Australian-born tech entrepreneur, is making that possible with a controversial app being used by hundreds of law enforcement agencies across the world.
Australian supermarkets will become ‘checkout free’ within 10 years, according to a Coles executive.
New technologies, driven by automation and artificial intelligence, are beginning to transform the Australian shopping landscape and this shift is only predicted to increase by 2030.
A new partnership between Vodafone and Nokia will fast track Vodafone’s rollout of 5G throughout Australia over the next 12 months.
The two groups join national plans to deploy functional 5G technologies across the country in 2020 by the government and telecommunications companies.
The Australian government will provide $2.7 million to subsidise new advanced smart meters for households, businesses and schools in a trial to monitor energy use.
The $8 million project will be lead by the Australian Renewable Energy Agency and will allow the provider access to household data in order to tap in and reduce personal off-peak consumption.