Kaplan has announced the acquisition of Sydney-based AI startup Red Marker, with the deal to see the company onboard Red Marker’s AI compliance technology.
Domino’s has announced the launch of an AI assistant that will be plugged into the brand’s site and mobile app to allow customers to order food using voice.
TrademarkVision is an online platform allowing businesses to compare their images against other brands using a detailed algorithm.
MYOB has launched Advanced People, a new cloud payroll solution designed to help mid-market businesses manage their payments.
Pushing the scope of project management and AI predictions, Stratejos is an AI smart assistant that rapidly processes data in project management softwares.
Stackla has raised $4 million in a fresh funding round, with backing coming from existing investors Bailador Technology Investments.
BRiN is an app that leverages curated educational video content, artificial intelligence and user data to take business coaching to a new dimension.
Talent Unleashed Awards 2016 announced last night the five global grand final winners who will be receiving a bespoke trip to Silicon Valley and also exclusive one-on-one time with Steve Wozniak. The APAC category finalists showcased some of the most innovative technological innovation from Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK.
When it comes to customer service, Facebook’s recently announced Messenger bots are the talk of the tech world, and Sydney foodtech startup HowAboutEat has worked fast to integrate the new feature into its offering.
Facebook today released a new chatbot messenger platform at its Developer Conference and opened up its Instant Article feature to all publishers, looking to meet industry demands and improve user engagement.
In the report ‘Surviving the Singularity’, MYOB explores the rapidly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence and how machines that are capable of independent thought – a concept known as ‘singularity’ – may impact business, society and work in the not-so-distant future. If the predictions highlighted in the report come to fruition, the future of retail, business and particularly employment, will look very different to what it is today.
Google Flu Trends may have failed, but MedTech startup AIME has uncovered the secret to predicting viral disease outbreaks
What’s been lacking in healthcare industries worldwide is technology that can decipher environmental data and predict areas at risk of viral disease outbreaks. A US-headquartered startup AIME uses artificial intelligence to do just that, with its first focus being dengue fever, a tropical mosquito-borne disease.
SafeKidsPro uses artificial intelligence to identify and alert parents to potential cyberbullying on social media
SafeKidsPro doesn’t just alert parents of instances where their children are the victims or perpetrators of cyberbullying, but also of potential predatory interactions such as grooming, stalking and sextortion that take place on their social media accounts.
Remember the film Ted where a little boy’s teddy bear comes to life and becomes his best friend? A Welsh entrepreneur is about to make that happen – well, the teddy won’t be living and breathing, but it’ll certainly be conversing with its owner.