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Systems replace Adelaide staff.
 
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Low power cognitive computing.
 
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Cloud shift creates redundancies.
 
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Collaboration to help close funding gap.
 
CSIRO prepares to cut another 300 jobs 
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Qld govt cuts IT workforce by a quarter 
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IT targeted in Geoscience Australia redundancy drive 
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Human Services decides to keep Hobart IT staff 
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Hockey pulls money out of research and innovation 
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