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Less than a month after announcing a partnership with Credit Union Australia’s health insurance arm, Sydney artificial intelligence company Flamingo AI has announced a paid trial with US-based Fortune 100 insurer Liberty Mutual.
It was 5 years ago that Amazon Web Services launched in Australia, set up infrastructure, built a team, and began engaging with local companies.
Member-owned banking and financial services provider Credit Union Australia (CUA) has partnered with Sydney-based Flamingo AI to conduct a pilot of a new chatbot across its health insurance arm.
Almost half the leaders surveyed believe these deployments are “greatly outpacing” the accuracy and productivity of humans doing the same task, with 69 percent in turn stating their workers are concerned AI will replace them.
Queensland-based motoring club and mutual organisation RACQ has bought a 30 percent stake in Brisbane artificial intelligence company Blackbook.ai for an undisclosed fee.
Targeting a Chinese audience, the Grei app looks to improve financial literacy through mentorship from experts and leaders and educational content.
Taking a snapshot, or “wealth selfie”, of a user’s finances, PictureWealth delivers robo-advice designed to help users plan their financial future.
RMIT has launched the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, a research centre that will work to understand the social science of blockchain, and develop policies.
ANU has announced a 10 year plan to expand upon its existing engineering and computer science program, as a response to the rising trend of AI.
Brighte has announced the close of a $4 million Series A round led by Grok Ventures, with the funds to be used to further build out the Brighte platform.
Hyper Anna has raised $16 million in a Series A round led by Sequoia China, with participation from existing backers Airtree Ventures and Reinventure.
Over 100 founders of global robotics and AI companies have urged the UN to ban the development and use of autonomous weapons, or so-called ‘killer robots’.
Startupbootcamp has launched ‘Energy Australia’, a Melbourne-based accelerator to support startups working in the energy space.
The NSW Government has announced a new $26 million fund to support research organisations working to develop the first commercialised quantum computer.